If you’ve been following the #MeToo movement, you are aware that sexual harassment and assault are horrific realities that virtually every woman faces. If you are a woman or identify as one, you may have known this all along, from your and your friends’ personal experiences. Statistically speaking, 1 in 3 women have experienced sexual harassment at work and 71% of incidents go unreported. Every 98 seconds, another person experiences sexual assault.

Women in Music are hosting a two-part series about sexual harassment and assault called What To Do When You Can Say #MeToo: A Guide To Discussing Sexual Harassment/Assault. The first part a concise, shareable guide that provides practical resources, tips, and clear action steps that you can take now if you are experiencing sexual harassment, know someone who is, or if you are an employer interested in providing a safe space for your employees.

To download the shareable guide click HERE.

For the second part of this series, Women in Music, alongside trained therapists will host an online event open to the public that will address the mental and emotional issues by examining real experiences – your stories.

To share your story anonymously for potential inclusion in the event, please email the WIM at MyStory@womeninmusic.org.