'No More': This Declaration, Written by Women in Advertising, Puts All Harassers on Notice

'We’ll shout your names from the rooftops. We won’t cower under your threats of reprisal.'

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More than 15 years after the initial onset of the Me Too movement, women across multiple industries are still speaking out regarding the misogyny and sexual abuse they’ve endured in the workplace. This week, one group is pointing an even stronger spotlight on insidiously enduring sexism in the ad industry.

A group of women in marketing today issued a declaration aimed at putting harassers throughout the industry on notice. The statement derives from a revelatory essay that Zoe Scaman, founder of U.K.-based

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