Salon Talks: Christine Lahti
Actor, activist and director Christine Lahti jokes that she'll be remembered for being sequestered in the ladies room when she won her 1998 Golden Globe, but her new memoir should set to rest any notions that her life isn't full of far more notable m...
"I've been dreaming about this movement my entire adult life," she told Salon's Mary Elizabeth Williams. "We thought we had it when Anita Hill put a name to it…. It was sexual harassment, and it was not okay. We thought there was going to be a real shift in the workplace, and there wasn't. Now with young feminists, it feels different. It feels like this is it. I'm cautiously optimistic that it's here to stay."
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