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The Siblinghood of Time's Up, Natalie Portman | MAKERS Moment

The Siblinghood of Time's Up, Natalie Portman | MAKERS Moment

Video Transcript

NATALIE PORTMAN: Even though we were from all different parts of the entertainment industry, we're all facing similar-- similar issues. And to look around the room and see that despite being few, percentage wise, relative to straight, white men in the industry, there was an enormous amount of power in that room, collectively.

Part of what the women of #MeToo showed us was the sisterhood and the-- or siblinghood we should say and the protection and the safety and the power in collective action. That's just been magical. And that was the real source of connection between everybody. Now, it feels like there's a really strong network of people willing to stick their necks out for each other.

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