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‘We Said Enough’ Co-Founder Discusses What’s Next In Anti-Sexual Harassment Movement

‘We Said Enough’ Co-Founder Discusses What’s Next In Anti-Sexual Harassment Movement


Adama Iwu, co-founder, We Said Enough Foundation


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Photo credit: Time Magazine via AP

This image provided by Time magazine, shows the cover of the magazine's Person of the Year edition as "The Silence Breakers," those who have shared their stories about sexual assault and harassment. The magazine's cover features Ashley Judd, Taylor Swift, Susan Fowler and others who say they have been harassed.

Women are saying "Time’s Up", #MeToo and "We Said Enough," over the prevalence of sexual harassment in the workplace. But where does the movement go from here?

That’s one of the issues that will be discussed Tuesday at a forum on sexual harassment at the University of San Diego.

The event, sponsored by The San Diego Union-Tribune, will approach the issue from many angles, including personal experience.

One of the panelist at the forum is Adama Iwu, a co-founder of the "We Said Enough" movement, which exposed the culture of sexual harassment in California's capitol.

Iwu, a USD graduate, is a lobbyist and was featured on the cover of Time Magazine’s 2017 person of the year.

Iwu joins Midday Edition Tuesday to discuss how the "We Said Enough" movement got started and what needs to take place to create lasting change.

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