TIME Magazine Crowns ‘Silence Breakers’ Of #MeToo Movement As 2017 ‘Person Of The Year’
TIME Magazine's 2017 'Person of the Year' should actually read 'People of the Year'.
The wild ride that has been 2017 has seen some amazing (and not so amazing) people shaping the past 365 days of our lives but in the end, "The Silence Breakers:" of the #MeToo movement ultimately took the crown.
The announcement was made earlier on NBC's "Today"—a show that was ironically the center of one of the biggest #MeToo headlines of the year after allegations of Matt Lauer's sexual misconduct in the workplace cost him his job at NBC.
President Donald Trump was the first runner-up, followed by Chinese President Xi Jinping. Other contenders included Colin Kaepernick and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.