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The “It List”

By Chloe Cornell

Ruth Bader Ginsburg

The “notorious” 84-year old Supreme Court Justice who has been an outspoken proponent for women’s equality throughout her extraordinary professional life, spoke out about her own #MeToo moments and how she has managed to be a women’s rights trailblazer throughout her life.

Ruth Bader Ginsburg on #MeToo movement: ‘It’s about time’


The influential Grammy-nominated singer delivered a powerful autobiographical poem titled “A Story Like Mine,” about her experiences with assault at the #Women’s March 2018 to a crowd in New York City.

Watch Halsey’s Powerful Speech At The 2018 Women’s March

Chrissy Teigen

Her pithy commentary on social media is always on point, but she was particularly extraordinary when she offered to pay the $100,000 fine McKayla Maroney would face for speaking at USA Gymnastics team doctor Larry Nassar’s trial and breaking her non disclosure agreement (NDA) with USA Gymnastics. She and her husband John Legend also donated $200,000 to the Time’s Up Foundation “on behalf of the heroic gymnasts of the USA Gymnastics Team.”

Chrissy Teigen offers to pay McKayla Maroney’s fine if she speaks at Larry Nassar sentencing

Aly Raisman

The Olympic gold medalist and two-time Olympic captain not only bravely faced her abuser, former USA Gymnastics team doctor Larry Nassar in court, but is demanding an overhaul to the USA Gymnastics and USA Olympic organizations as well as Michigan State University. Raisman wants everyone involved in the sexual abuse scandal affecting at least 150 child athletes to be held accountable, and prevent abuse from ever happening again. Since speaking out, the United States Olympic Committee has forced the entire board of USA Gymnastics to resign, and both the Michigan State president and athletic director have since resigned.

‘This Needs to Happen Now.’ Aly Raisman Demands Larry Nassar’s Enablers Be Held Accountable

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