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How a group of janitors started a movement to stop sexual abuse

It all started in early 2016, when leaders of the janitors union in California got news that shocked them: The vast majority of their members had either witnessed or experienced sexual harassment on the job.

Why is child abuse suddenly in the spotlight in Britain?

Two government inquiries of decades-old abuses by powerful individuals are underway — spurred by the confluence of a high-profile case, police investigations, and media scrutiny.