Charde Jackson, center, a fast-food worker, joins a demonstration against sexual harassment at a McDonald’s in St. Louis on Sept. 18. The #MeToo movement has encouraged victims of sexual abuse to speak out, and could be a factor in voter turnout for the midterm elections.
Charde Jackson, center, a fast-food worker, joins a demonstration against sexual harassment at a McDonald’s in St. Louis on Sept. 18. The #MeToo movement has encouraged victims of sexual abuse to speak out, and could be a factor in voter turnout for the midterm elections. Nick Schenelle The New York Times
Charde Jackson, center, a fast-food worker, joins a demonstration against sexual harassment at a McDonald’s in St. Louis on Sept. 18. The #MeToo movement has encouraged victims of sexual abuse to speak out, and could be a factor in voter turnout for the midterm elections. Nick Schenelle The New York Times

Keep #MeToo in mind when you vote this November

October 11, 2018 03:00 PM