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Silence Breakers on Megyn Kelly TODAY: ‘We’re finding our voices’

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On the day TIME magazine revealed Silence Breakers as its Person of the Year, conversation about the MeToo movement continues among Tarana Burke, Alyssa Milano, Eleanor McManus, Lara Setrakian, Juliet Huddy, Rebecca Weir, Heather Unruh and Dominique Huett on Megyn Kelly TODAY. Journalist Setrakian talks about the Press Forward movement to change the culture in newsrooms, and McManus answers critics who ask “why now?”: “We’re finding our voices.”