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Ashley Judd sees a role for forgiving men in #MeToo

Leah Fessler writes,At an intimate gathering of Harvard professors and students, Ashley Judd gripped a crystal award with both hands. “This is better than holding an Oscar,” she said. 

Judd, an actor and social-justice activist, earned a mid-career master’s degree in public administration in 2010 from Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government. Today, she’s a global ambassador for the United Nations Population Fund and for Population Services International. She returned to the Kennedy School on May 30 to be honored as a Gender Equity Changemaker for her leadership in the #MeToo movement.”


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