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Seeing Allred (2018)

TV-14 | | Documentary | 9 February 2018 (USA)
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Women's rights attorney Gloria Allred takes on the biggest names in American culture as coverage of sexual assault allegations in the media become more prevalent.
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Gloria Allred ... Herself
Lisa Bloom Lisa Bloom ... Herself
Bill Cosby ... Himself (archive footage)
Roy Moore Roy Moore ... Himself (archive footage)
Gloria Steinem ... Herself
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Women's rights attorney Gloria Allred takes on the biggest names in American culture as coverage of sexual assault allegations in the media become more prevalent.

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The Powerful Have Secrets. The Powerless Have a Weapon.

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9 February 2018 (USA) See more »

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Thank you, Gloria Allred for empowering women to speak up and have their day in court!
11 February 2018 | by bettycjungSee all my reviews

2/10/18. Watch this. At this time in American history, we all need to be reminded that women like Gloria Allred made it possible for women to be believed and heard and have their day in court. She grew up in a time when women had very little say if something terrible should happen to them. That is the reason why women who were sexually harassed and assaulted never spoke up or reported what happened to them. In this era of #MeToo #TimesUp women and men as well have been empowered to speak up, not just "their" truth, but the truth of horrendous behaviors that left them less of a person. Allred lived through it all, from leaving a marriage to a bipolar man, to being a single mother, then getting raped on a date, getting pregnant and almost dying from a back alley abortion. She took these experiences and made it her mission to make sure women who went through what she went through would be heard, believed and have their day in court. It is people like Allred who made it possible to level the playing field that allowed women to speak up and reveal secrets that have damaged their mental health and lives. Thanks to her, women can finally say #MeToo and #TimesUp. Thank you, Gloria Allred. We need more women like you!


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