Over 300 women Hollywood have joined together to fight sexual harassment. They have started a movement called 'Time's Up'. They want men to know that time is for women not being treated fairly and equally. They are angry the inequality the movie industry and the amount harassment working-class women face the USA. The women are famous actresses, as well as female agents, directors, executives and producers. The group paid a letter to be printed newspapers. It said: "The struggle women to break in, to rise the ranks and to simply be heard and acknowledged male-dominated workplaces must end". It added that "time's " for men controlling everything.
The Time's Up movement started October, soon many top actresses reported that movie producer Harvey Weinstein had sexually harassed them. Its leaders have asked actresses to wear black when they walk the red carpet The Golden Globes awards ceremony Sunday. They want women to use the red carpet to speak out against gender and racial inequality. Actress Eva Longoria said: "For years, we've sold these awards shows as women, our gowns and colors and our beautiful faces and our glamour." She added that: "This time, the industry cannot expect us to go and twirl around. That's not what this moment is ."