TIME magazine announced their Person of the Year this week: the people behind #MeToo and the national conversation about sexual violence. The piece highlighted survivors from all walks of life, ranging from movie stars to activists to farm workers. NBC Boston sat down with BARCC Bilingual Client Services Coordinator Alma Huerta Dominguez to talk about the impact of the cover and those represented in the feature.
Excerpt: "It shouldn't be survivors that are pushing this movement, it should be everyone working to create that social change."
Watch the full story, "'Silence Breakers' Named Time Magazine's Person of the Year," online at the NBC Boston website.