How Christine Lahti fights harassment
Oscar, Emmy and Golden Globe-winning actor and filmmaker Christine Lahti (of "Chicago Hope" and "The Blacklist") joins Salon's Mary Elizabeth Williams to share moments from her new book, "True Stories From an Unreliable Eyewitness: A Feminist Coming ...
Lahti opens up on "Salon Talks" about the sexism she encountered and often tried to challenge during her career. Despite being told by a casting director early on in her career that the only way she "could ever make it as an actress was to sleep (her) way to the top," Lahti says she instead became an increasingly active feminist. In the midst of the cultural awakening occurring with the MeToo and Time's Up movements, Lahti told Salon, "I've been dreaming about this movement my entire adult life."
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