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Australian Women In Music Publish #MeNoMore Open Letter

Inspired by a Sweden's letter, more than 300 women in Australia's music industry have signed no, in part to let others know they "are not alone."
Australian singer-songwriter Courtney Barnett is one of more than 300 musicians to sign the #MeNoMore open letter. Source: Frazer Harrison

Women in Australia's music industry --- more than 300 of them --- have now released their own version of a united front against sexual assault. Centered around the hashtag #MeNoMore, an open letter, including anonymized stories of abuse and harassment, was published today.

"We all."

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