Wahlberg has donated $1.5 to the Time's Up Legal Defense Fund.
From its successful demonstration at the Golden Globes to its Legal Defense Fund of nearly $20 million, the Time’s Up initiative has proven to be a powerful force since its launch on New Year’s Day. On CBS’s Sunday Morning, Oprah Winfrey sat down with the campaign’s leaders to discuss the ... More »
Michelle Williams responds to Mark Wahlberg's Time's Up legal defense fund donation after gender disparity outcry: 'Today isn't about me.'
Mark Wahlberg Donates To Times Up In Michelle Williams’ Name Mark Wahlberg and his agency William Morris Endeavor have come together to donate a combined $2 million in Michelle Williams’ name to the Time’s Up legal defense fund. This comes
Michelle Williams is reacting to Mark Wahlberg‘s major donation to the Time’s Up Legal Defense Fund. Earlier today (January 13), the 46-year-old actor donated $1.5 million to the organization under his 37-year-old co-star’s name after after it was revealed he made that much more than her on the reshoots for All the Money in the [...]
Actress Michelle Williams has responded to All the Money in the World co-star Mark Wahlberg’s recent WME donation to Time’s Up legal defense fund. “Today isn't about me,” Williams said in a statement. “My fellow actresses stood by me...Show More Summary
After it was revealed that Mark Wahlberg was paid 1500 times more than Michelle Williams for the reshoots of All the Money in the World, he donated the $1.5 million he made to the Time's Up legal defense fund.
Celebrities are speaking out to praise Mark Wahlberg for his $1.5 million donation to the Time’s Up Legal Defense Fund. This is the amount that Mark was paid to do re-shoots on the movie All the Money in the World, while his co-star Michelle Williams (who is billed as the film’s lead star) received just [...]
Mark Wahlberg has decided to donate his $1.5 million 'All The Money In The World' reshoot salary to Time's Up's legal defense fund in co-star Michelle Williams's name.
Mark Wahlberg has announced that he is donating $1.5 million to the Time’s Up Legal Defense Fund after it was revealed he made that much more than Michelle Williams on the reshoots for All the Money in the World. The 46-year-old actor refused to work for free when the movie was re-shot in November to [...]
The thriving #MeToo movement together with "Time's Up," a legal defense fund designed to help women combat sexual discrimination and harassment, underscore the struggle of women to succeed in male-dominated workplaces – including Hollywood.
Yesterday, my partners at Foundry Group announced financial support for the Time’s Up Legal Defense Fund. We strongly believe that sexual harassment is unacceptable in any form. While there can be a debate about whether sexual harassment...Show More Summary
And that means the fight is far from over, says the NAACP Legal Defense and Education Fund. The post Voting Fraud Commission Is Gone, But Homeland Security May Pick Up Its Work appeared first on Rewire.
"Earning a living should not come at the cost of anyone’s safety, dignity, or morale,” said Shonda Rhimes, the TV producer and writer who is involved in a new #MeToo-inspired initiative, in a statement. The post From Hashtag to Legal Defense Fund: Hollywood Women Give Teeth to #MeToo appeared first on Rewire.
Torturing cows was bad enough, but then Idaho tortured the First Amendment. That's a short reading of Animal Legal Defense Fund v. Wasden. Animal rights activists sued to invalidate a law against surreptitious recording enacted after videos exposed mistreatment of the animals at a dairy farm. The U.S. Ninth......
The money will go toward the campaign’s Legal Defense Fund.
Looking for signs of hope in 2018? 300 Hollywood women just launched Times Up, a massive, multi-pronged initiative to fight systemic sexual harassment — including a $13 million legal defense fund designed to support working-class women like janitors, restaurant workers, nurses, and farmworkers who don’t have the resources famous women do to speak up. Here’s […]
Buried inside the mammoth $700 billion defense bill President Donald Trump signed last month is a relatively miniscule $25 million to fund development of a new road-mobile, ground-launched cruise missile. The program could be easily overlooked amid the Christmas list of military hardware the administration is buying, except for one thing: the missile is prohibited…
The Time’s Up movement launched on Monday, but its Hollywood supporters have already banked more than $13 million for a legal defense fund to fight sexual harassment across industries. Read morelogs | Comments
The out, Emmy-winning Master of None star has signed on to a part of the legal defense fund to help LGBT women and women of color.