'We will never be the same after the #metoo movement,' Hill told graduating lawyers

Hill, who accused a U.S. Supreme Court justice of sexual harassment in 1991, asked graduates of Rutgers University-Camden Law School to make a commitment to social justice.
2:16 | 05/17/18

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Transcript for 'We will never be the same after the #metoo movement,' Hill told graduating lawyers
Movement on our important. Let's all are that efforts that it will pay to enshrine in the ideals. Of movement. What happens now. I would say we will never be this night after the meet movement after such revelations. Of sexual violence. We can never as a society ignore it. In pretend it doesn't exist we can't beat the thing at work report. And we certainly can't go backwards. When -- yelled at so many people are hurt and suffering. So how we move or how. The ideals of the movement do they become our difference to me. Not just something we talk about and celebrate. On Twitter. I believe. That no line is better equipped. To make. Those ideals. Out. And you are it's train joint. Most of you are not going to go into careers and social justice. And it is sad to me that most people can't afford to. I want to promise me. And her classmates. That she will make a commitment to social justice part up what ever work. Or careers. You enter and listening. Weather and times that certainty and clarity. War intolerance and hate. That you will be your brain itself the bravest self that you can be. To confront the challenges of the world and to confront your own talent. And uncertain times call op. Promised me that you will embrace. Community. And not division. And promised me. Finally. That you will live with a commitment. To equal justice. Under at the top. Today. And threw out the our entire lives. Thank you.

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