Just one week after giving a Golden Globe's acceptance speech that had the world crying 'Winfrey 2020,' Oprah sat down with some of the women behind Time's Up to discuss what's next for the movement.
[Time's Up has raised $16 million for a legal defense fund for victims of harassment, and feels a responsibility to help women combat it in every industry -- not just entertainment.]
The panel even took time to talk about what's next for the perpetrators of harassment.
"I think there’s a lot of room for reconciliation. I think there’s—there’s a time to approach people and tell the truth and have them listen thoughtfully and meaningfully and apologize sincerely," Reese Witherspoon said.
"There has to be room for reconciliation in a weird way. But a lot of people don't think that right now, and a lot of women have the right to not feel that way now" - @shondarhimes on #TimesUp campaign #SundayMorning pic.twitter.com/AQftJ4cgtA— CBS Sunday Morning (@CBSSunday) January 14, 2018
Watch the CBS Sunday Morning segment below.