Megan Twohey is a Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative reporter with the New York Times and co-author of the book SHE SAID: Breaking the Sexual Harassment Story that Helped Ignite a Movement. The book takes readers behind the scenes of Twohey's and Jodi Kantor's 2017 investigation of movie producer Harvey Weinstein, which helped trigger the global reckoning on sexual misconduct. She discusses how to report on these topics with sensitivity and fairness with New York magazine senior correspondent Irin Carmon, whose reporting in the Washington Post on allegations against television host Charlie Rose ended his career. Recorded on March 1, 2021
The Diane and Adam E. Max Conference on Women’s History:
Breaking News, Breaking Barriers: Women in American Journalism
The Diane and Adam E. Max Conference on Women's History is the cornerstone of the Center for Women's History's public and scholarly programs. Our virtual 2021 conference features a mix of pre-recorded keynote conversations and live panels held via Zoom. This year—in conjunction with the exhibition Cover Story: Katharine Graham, CEO opening in the Joyce B. Cowin Gallery of Women’s History in May 2021—the Center examines the complex history of women in journalism.