Hollywood sounds off on Bill Cosby and #MeToo

Fatima Goss Graves, co-chair of the Time’s Up Legal Defense Fund and president of the National Women’s Law Center, called the verdict “powerful” and predicted it may mean “that more survivors will come forward because they’ve seen meaningful accountability.” “They’ve seen what it’s like to come forward and be believed instead of the typical shaming, and it also has allowed us as a country to see what it is like to stand in a survivor’s shoes,” she told CNN. “It’s important for people to see that even the people who have been on our TV, who we may have admired and we may have loved, but even those people can do things that harm us.”