Activist Tarana Burke founds the nonprofit organization Just Be Inc., which serves survivors of sexual harassment and abuse.
Gretchen Carlson files a sexual harassment suit against Fox News head Roger Ailes, setting off a stream of similar allegations.
Uber employee Susan Fowler publishes a 3,000 word essay about her “very, very strange” year at Uber, in which she describes a toxic workplace culture where sexual harassment and misconduct occurred frequently.
Along with other actresses and former Weinstein Company employees, Ashley Judd accuses Weinstein of sexual harassment this time, on the record in Jodi Kantor and Meghan Twohey's incriminating New York Times story.
The #MeToo hashtag movement is born on Twitter after Alyssa Milano encourages people to share their stories of sexual harassment and abuse
Repercussions of the #MeToo movement begin to affect many industries. On October 19, Lockhart Steele, Vox Media’s editorial director, is fired for sexual harassment.
Anthony Rapp tells BuzzFeed News that Kevin Spacey made a sexual advance at him when he was 14.
President Donald Trump enthusiastically endorses Roy Moore, the Alabama Senate candidate accused of sexual misconduct, on Twitter.
Time Magazine names "the Silence Breakers," the men and women who spoke about their experiences with sexual misconduct, as Person of the Year.
In an L.A. Times op-ed, Dylan Farrow questions why her father, Woody Allen, has been spared from intense scrutiny by the #MeToo movement.
Mario Batali is accused of sexual misconduct by four women in an Eater article.
The #MeToo movement was credited for giving women a safe space to come forward and influence the Alabama special election.
Time's Up, an initiative spearheaded by 300 women working film, TV, and theater, is announced with an open letter in the New York Times and in the Spanish language newspaper La Opinion.
The #MeToo and Time's Up movements are present at the Golden Globe awards.
Writer Moira Donegan comes forward as the creator of the Shitty Media Men list, an anonymous Google spreadsheet dating back to October that allowed people to collate rumors and incidents of sexual misconduct regarding men in media after Donegan learns Harper’s Magazine planned to dox her identity in an article.
In a New York Times article, Uma Thurman recalls the time Harvey Weinstein allegedly forced himself on her in a London hotel room.
The #MeToo and Time’s Up movements come to the Oscars.
Actress Emma Watson appears with "Times Up" tattoo.
Harvey Weinstein turns himself into New York authorities to face rape charges related to an accusation by Lucia Evans.
A study by New York-based crisis consulting firm Temin & Co demonstrates the breadth of the #MeToo movement’s impact.
Ronan Farrow releases yet another bombshell piece in The New Yorker, this time detailing six allegations of sexual misconduct against CBS CEO Les Moonves.
Bill Cosby is sentenced to three to 10 years in prison for sexual assault. Cosby’s is the first celebrity conviction since the #MeToo movement began.
(INDIA) after having been out of the Bollywood spotlight for about a decade, actress Tanushree Dutta gave an interview to Zoom TV in which she publicly accused Nana Patekar of sexually harassing her on the set of the 2009 movie Horn 'Ok' Pleassss.
Convicted sex offender and film director Roman Polanski announced his first film in the #MeToo era will be called J’Accuse, and will be about a soldier wrongly accused of spying.
One year after his outing in the Times, Harvey Weinstein got house arrest, awaiting trial for two counts of criminal sexual act in the first degree, two counts of rape and two counts of predatory sexual assault.
Dr. Christine Blasey Ford is revealed as the woman who accused Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh of sexual assault when they were in high school in Bethesda.