Time's Up CEO: Misogyny Is Directly Related To White Supremacy, It's Directly Linked To Violent Acts 1

Time’s Up CEO: Misogyny Is Directly Related To White Supremacy, It’s Directly Linked To Violent Acts

 

Tina Tchen, President and CEO of TIME’S UP Now, and Valerie Jarrett, Former Obama White House Advisor, join Katy Tur to discuss the violence and misogyny that women around the world are facing, and how white supremacy is deeply linked to this issue. Aired on 03/19/2021.
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Time's Up CEO: Misogyny Is Directly Related To White Supremacy, It's Directly Linked To Violent Acts

54 comments

  1. Even in your home, many of single women young and the elderly lives on their own and fear for their lives. We shouldn’t forget many single women were killed in their home too.

    1. Democrats playing race to divided the country while china too busy advancing their rust road belt agenda LMAO

    2. @Lyin’ lex: You’re posting this same comment on multiple threads across this video’s comment section, spamming moron.

  2. In many ways, it is US vs THEM…until it changes visibly. Even women with loving partners have often been left because their male partner doesn’t know how to deal with the fact that they have been assaulted. Many find it too hard to deal with. THAT has to change also.

  3. It’s sad to realize that I heard these same conversations going on in the seventies. Nothing has really changed. It was a priority while raising my sons to teach them to treat women with respect. They do. It should start with the parents, particularly the fathers. My dad would not allow us to refer my mom as “she”. It had to be mom or mother. Small lesson maybe but effective.

    1. Your sons will resent you when they get in to the real world and realize how woefully unprepared their parents left them for the new world order.

    2. @Louise Rose You’re* thanks for proving how simple concepts are lost on you. Your opinion had been created for you and you happily repeat it.

    3. It definitely begins with the family. Society reflects what is acceptable in the home. I agree with you. And good for you raising sons who don’t abuse. My children (2 boys, 1 girl) were raised in a home with NO violence or abuse. The boys were taught by words and example from their father, they are to NEVER hit a girl, under any circumstances. They never have and both have successful marriages. My daughter has been the victim of physical and emotional abuse by few of her boyfriends. She is still single and likely to stay that way.

  4. Why are we blaming the victims and turn them into criminals who had it coming instead of putting the blame I belongs with society and this guy who actually pulled the trigger

    1. You might have heard of this thing called the British Empire? It wasn’t very good for the people of India or the Middle East at all.

    2. @neuralmute right because the British installed the caste system, oh wait that was already in full swing. And no it’s not about being whiter, it was about working class vs upper class. The reason the lighter skin was “favorable” was due to the working class being identified by a darker skin shade caused by working long hours outside.

  5. Hey Tina. Look into the history of your own culture before you open your mouth. Same to Ms Jarret. Your african ancestors didn’t think much of their women either. Particularly those who practiced Islam.

    1. @FREEDOM1488 FIGHTER still angry your daddy left with a Chinese girl huh? Maybe if you used less teeth he’d still love you.

  6. We need to pass the ERA in the USA! Come on, people!!! It passed the House last week – but now, it needs to pass in the Senate with all of those obstructionist Republicans.

  7. Time’s Up CEO: Misogyny Is Directly Related To Zionism, It’s Directly Linked To Violent Acts

    1. @Trump Loooser Yeah, rome and jerusalem by moses hess, the man who helped karl marx/mordecai levi write the communist manifesto, both being of the same ethJniciEtyWs

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