One event on December 17, 2019 at 11:00am
One event on December 18, 2019 at 4:00pm
Join us by phone for a conversation with Jodi Kantor and Megan Twohey, the New York Times investigative reporters who broke the story of sexual harassment allegations against Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein, helping to ignite the #MeToo movement. The journalists will talk about their new book, “She Said,” a behind-the-scenes account of their Pulitzer Prize-winning investigation, and answer your questions.
Dial-in details will be sent approximately 24 hours before each call.
Praise for “She Said”:
“An instant classic of investigative journalism . . . ‘All the President’s Men’ for the Me Too era.”
— Carlos Lozada, The Washington Post
“‘She Said’ is first and foremost an account of incredible reporting, the kind that takes time, diligence and the kind of institutional support many newspapers can no longer afford. For journalist readers, it is a chance to watch experts at work. And this book is a rare view for nonjournalists into the exacting and rigorous process of quality reporting, and it acts as an implicit counterargument to rising, ambient skepticism of the press . . . deeply suspenseful, a kind of less swaggering ‘All the President’s Men.’”
— Annalisa Quinn, NPR
“‘She Said’ is riveting and, crafted by two of the country’s most talented journalists, a vibrant, cinematic read.”
— Jill Filipovic, CNN
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