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Ai-jen Poo, the director of the National Domestic Workers Alliance, also attended, saying on Twitter that she was "proud to be representing over 2.5 million domestic workers …[who] face harassment and abuse behind closed doors".
We all deserve a world free of sexual https://t.co/NFkq0ahgkd the colloboration becomes public, tomorrow next level,thank u to all the warrior sisters that I will be with at the #Golden Globes2018 — Rosa A. And secondly since it happened, he hasn’t called, he hasn’t written,” he said. Cringe as you watch this ' Today' show skit in which Matt Lauer takes off his pants, exposes himself to four female colleagues and says "Drink it in ladies!"They're the women whose names we'll never know," she added."I want all the girls watching here and now to know that a new day is on the horizon. According to the report, Toback approached aspiring actresses and other young women with the promise of fame and job opportunities.
The individuals have accused the now 72-year-old of masturbating in front of them, non-consensual physical contact, requesting them to perform sexual acts and asking offensive questions.
Walking down the red carpet on behalf of my ancestors; my family; the hundreds of thousands of farmworker women in our nation; my community; the many organizers, advocates and lawyers; and all of those who paved the way for this movement.
@campesinasunite #Times Up pic.twitter.com/6q Ru SP41pn — Monica Ramirez (@monica_promumi) January 8, 2018 Also attending the event were Marai Larsi, executive director of Imkaan; Rosa Clemente, a community organiser; Billie Jean King, founder of the Women's Sports Foundation; Calina Lawrence, a member of the Suquamish Tribe and advocate for Native American treaty and water rights; and Saru Jayaraman, president of Restaurant Opportunities Centers United. We stand in #solidarity with each other across our differences & in our commonalities.
In response, Toback denied the allegations and said he either never met his accusers or had "no recollection" of ever coming into contact with them.
Additionally, he said suffering from diabetes and a heart condition for the past 22 years made it "biologically impossible" for him to commit such actions.
Those that have come forward include actress Adrienne La Valley, singer Louise Post and playwright Karen Sklaire.