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Ann Curry finally speaks out against Sexual Misconduct by Matt Lauer

Ann Curry
Ann Curry

Ann Curry has broken her silence after Five Years. She gave her first television interview on CBC, after leaving NBC’s show Today.

Talking to Norah O’Donnell and Gayle King , the journalist spoke about the current scenario of people specking out. How it is helping correct the imbalance of Power.


“I think it’s, in general, overdue. We clearly are waking up to a reality and injustice that has been occurring for some time, and I think it will continue to occur until the glass ceiling is finally broken. This is about power and power imbalance, where women are not valued as much as men. I’m not talking about people being attracted to other people. I’m talking about people in the workplace who are powerful who are abusing that power and women and men are suffering. And I think the act that people are speaking out is important. The fact that we are moving against this imbalance of power is absolutely overdue.”  

A lot of women are making an effort to come out with their stories. Recently Gymnast Simone Biles opens up about sexual harassment.

Actress Eliza Dushku accused Joel Kramer to abusing her when she was 12.

About Matt Lauer

She candidly answered, whether lauer might be a reason for her Exist.

“You know, you should ask someone else. I’m to the one to ask about that. Because I don’t know what was all behind it. I do know that it hurt like hell. It wasn’t a fun moment. I’ve learned a great deal about myself. I’ve really, at this point, let it go. I’ve just let it go. And I think that…it’s been years and I want to sort of move on from that. At this point, I’m thinking, ‘Hakuna Matata.’ It’s just sort of over.”

“But no, I think that the real question, in my view, is: What are we going to do with all this anger? And it’s not just, obviously, about where I used to work. It’s not about where you’re now working. But it’s about the problem that’s pervasive across industries, in workplaces across America. And this is actually the issue. And the question is, ultimately: What are we going to do about it? I wonder if we keep focusing only on these individual scandals if we’re going to move off that foot into creating something better in the future.”