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Milano Says Some Change Has Come to Hollywood... But Not Enough

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    One year after actresses made a major statement about equality at the Golden Globe Awards, Alyssa Milano says that a lot has changed but they still have a long way to go.

    Milano helped make #MeToo a viral phenomenon following the initial reports about Harvey Weinstein in Oct. 2017.

    She says that in the past year, a "really wonderful sisterhood has formed" and that they're "really finding our voice through our pain and our collective pain."

    But she added that she's more concerned with women in underseen industries — farmworkers, those in the military, hotel employees — than those walking the red carpet alongside her.

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