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#MeToo and sexual harassment revelations have upended 2017. But what are the solutions?

In a year that has not been short of news, the #MeToo movement has made an indelible impact in the culture in 2017.

Allegations and awareness of sexual harassment have brought down many powerful people in a range of industries, as well as spurred conversations at work and in our daily lives.

What can we do to make a lasting change? What are the solutions?

Guests:

Kathleen Kelley Reardon, professor emerita at USC Marshall School of Business; she came up with a list of ready responses people in the workplace could use to combat harassment

Michele M. Goldsmith, chair of the labor and employment division at the LA-based law firm, Bergman Dacey Goldsmith; her practice focus involves discrimination claims including sexual harassment