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Krista Vernoff

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Krista Vernoff is an Emmy-nominated television writer and showrunner of Grey's Anatomy.

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In the weeks since the New York Times and the New Yorker brought down Harvey Weinstein, women in Hollywood have continued to speak out.

Personal accounts of sexual harassment in Hollywood

In the weeks since the New York Times and the New Yorker brought down Harvey Weinstein, women in Hollywood have continued to speak out.

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In 1975, the term "sexual harassment" was first used in public — giving women a word for what was happening in the workplace — and the potential for change.

Harvey Weinstein: The end… or just the beginning?

In 1975, the term "sexual harassment" was first used in public — giving women a word for what was happening in the workplace — and the potential for change.

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