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Actress Katherine Kendall is one of about two dozen women who have accused now-ousted studio executive Harvey Weinstein of rape or sexual harassment.

After Harvey Weinstein's ouster, will Hollywood change its sexism culture?

Actress Katherine Kendall is one of about two dozen women who have accused now-ousted studio executive Harvey Weinstein of rape or sexual harassment.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

When Hollywood chews, young actresses often either get spit out or swallowed whole.

Amber Tamblyn's Dark Sparkler

When Hollywood chews, young actresses often either get spit out or swallowed whole.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

When Hollywood chews, young actresses often either get spit out or swallowed whole.

Amber Tamblyn’s 'Dark Sparkler'

When Hollywood chews, young actresses often either get spit out or swallowed whole.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

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