TIME’S UP: No more silence. No more waiting. No more tolerance


The 75th edition of the Golden Globe awards ceremony took place on January 7, 2018 at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills, California, but this year with a novelty.After years of struggle against violence against women in home environments and in the workplace finally these protests are taking shape. The actresses are taking a stand against sexual violence in the cinema and in the television industries by rigorously wearing black clothes for the renowned awards.

A total black look against harassment on the highly sought-after red carpet. Thus, the stars play with feathers, embroidery, trainings and necklines. Necessity is the mother of invention, then. And the elegance race becomes even more sophisticated.We want to finally end the exploitation and harassment and this time they speak the most famous actors in the world of cinema through the logo TIME’S UP.


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TIME’S UP is a unified call for change, not just for women in the entertainment world, but for women all over the world. From film sets to agricultural fields and offices.TIME’s UP Legal Defense Fund will subsidize legal support for people who have suffered sexual harassment or related retaliation in the workplace.

The Fund is hosted and administered by the National Women’s Law Center, a national legal organization for women’s rights. A network of lawyers and public relations professionals across the country will work with the Legal Network of the Gender Equality Center to provide assistance to those who have been harassed or retaliated.Access to quick and complete legal and communication help will result in empowerment for these individuals and long-term growth for our culture and communities as a whole.

tonight #whywewearblack🖤

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