Tamron Hall show focuses on victims of 'Someone They Knew'
Media-Tamron Hall FILE - Talk Show host Tamron Hall poses for a portrait at Ruby's Vintage Harlem in New York on Aug. 8, 2019. Hall's new Court TV series, “Someone They Knew with Tamron Hall," debuts on Sunday. What the stories she tells in “Someone They Knew” have in common is what the title suggests — each of the victims had a personal connection to their killer. As a local news reporter in Chicago and her native Texas before that, Hall would often report on crime stories. And, yes, Hall believes that Renate's killer was someone she knew.wftv.com
Left out of MeToo: New initiative focuses on Black survivors
Tarana Burke, founder and leader of the #MeToo movement, stands in her home in Baltimore on Oct. 13, 2020. A coalition of three groups vital to the #MeToo movement is collaborating on an initiative to focus on a population that has often felt left out of the conversation: Black survivors of sexual violence. (AP Photo/Steve Ruark, file)It’s been more than three years since the #MeToo movement launched a culture-shifting conversation about sexual violence. In a statement, the groups said they were working together to create safe spaces for Black survivors; to confront narratives "that harm and silence Black survivors;" and lastly to come up with new practices that will help get Black survivors “believed, heard, and supported.”Burke said the most important immediate impact will simply be that a national conversation is being had. AdAmong the initiative's concrete plans: narrative research; conversation guides; a five-part event series; and “rapid-response tools” to support Black survivors who come forward.
2018 Florida gubernatorial nominee Andrew Gillum says he is bisexual
“I don't identify as gay but I do identify as bisexual,” Gillum told Tamron Hall on her syndicated talk show, which aired Monday. He told Hall he began drinking heavily and secretly shortly after narrowly losing the election to Republican Ron DeSantis, even substituting whiskey for his morning coffee, as a way to deal with his depression. Andrew Gillum told Hall he traveled to Miami to officiate at a friend's wedding, arriving in town a day before his wife and friends did to attend business meetings his aides had set up. Gillum told police then and Hall in their interview he was drunk, but did not use meth or other drugs and that tests taken that weekend prove it. He told Hall that he needed to get over “the shame” of what happened.
What Is 'Social Distancing'? And Other Steps to Prevent Coronavirus
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