Shouldn’t TIME’s Person of the Year Be a Person?

TIME magazine announced today that its “Person of the Year” issue will honor the “silence breakers,” women and men who spoke out about sexual harassment and assault to spark a movement.

When actress Ashley Judd and other women went on the record to share their stories about film mogul Harvey Weinstein, their accounts of sexual harassment and assault started an avalanche of similar allegations against powerful men in multiple industries.

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On today’s show, Glenn talked about TIME’s pick and noted that there are “many lessons” we can all learn from these “silence breakers.”

The Silence Breakers are TIME’s Person of the Year 2017 #TIMEPOY https://t.co/mLgNTveY9z pic.twitter.com/GBo9z57RVG

— TIME (@TIME) December 6, 2017