BREAKING: Employees at the Little, Brown imprint of Hachette Book Group have staged a walk-out in protest of the company’s acquisition of Woody Allen's forthcoming memoir. This story is developing.— Publishers Weekly (@PublishersWkly) March 5, 2020
In a follow up to Hachette secretly deciding to publish Woody Allen's memoir while working with Ronan Farrow to publish Catch and Kill, 75 Hachette employees have walked out today in support of Ronan and the work he's done to expose sexual abusers. As discussed in this post, Ronan has left Hachette and will publish future books elsewhere.
75 plus employees of Hachette are standing in solidarity with @ronanfarrow, @realdylanfarrow and survivors of sexual assault and walked out of the Hachette offices today in protest of Woody Allen’s memoir. #HachetteWalkout #LittleBrownWalkout pic.twitter.com/wTNi3c7gy8— Kendra Barkoff Lamy (@kabarkoff) March 5, 2020
Hachette’s people walking out. Really moving. https://t.co/3jVi0mdVh8— Jon Lovett (@jonlovett) March 5, 2020
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