A multi-media expose of the ongoing sexual harassment and misconduct toward women at Ford Motor Company. Despite numerous lawsuits filed and settled in the 1990s, a threatening culture has persisted and led to a new round of litigations. Reporters Susan Chira and Catrin Einhorn investigate whether that culture can survive the #MeToo revolution. What will it take to bring down male auto workers, managers and union leaders who have harassed or violated women, in the way that they are being taken down in Hollywood, media, and the food world?
How Tough Is It to Change a Culture of Harassment? Ask Women at Ford.
Susan Chira, Catrin Einhorn | The New York Times | December 19, 2017 | 5,368 words