Examine a Movement with “Beyond #MeToo” Starting January 22 at 8pm


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Jami Floyd (above) will host episode 1 of the Beyond #MeToo, which will focus on the workplace. Floyd and guests will discuss both corporate America and Blue Collar Workers.

Sexual harassment and gender discrimination have been met with a grassroots response in the #MeToo moment. On January 22-25 from 8-9pm, WSKG will be broadcasting the program “Beyond #MeToo” produced by WNYC. The series comprises four one-hour conversations focused on what we need to do as a society to remedy widespread sexual harassment.

The four night broadcast event will cover the workplace, corrective responses, how we are raising and educating our children in this environment and how men can play a role in the solution.

This hour will be driven by deep interview and conversation among hosts and guests. Each segment will also invite the voices of you and other engaged listeners from around the country to speak. The guests and their perspectives will be extremely broad and diverse. Expect to hear from teens and parents, politicians and artists, corporate leaders and blue-collar workers.

The Women’s March, 2018 is January 20, 2018 and Beyond #MeToo is timed to provide our community of listeners with an opportunity to gather, consider and discuss a set of issues that are roiling our culture.

Jami Floyd (above) will host episode 1 will discuss the workplace, focusing on both corporate America and Blue Collar Workers.

Listen to the discussion live on WSQX or online at wskg.org.