Summary: When Anita Hill raised her voice in protest against Clarence Thomas in 1991, America finally began to pay attention to sexual intimidation in all its devastating forms. In a compelling portrait joining interviews and commentary, Celia Morris continues the fight the Hill/Thomas hearings brought to the public arena. She has gathered voices from across the nation, from assembly lines to Capitol Hill, from the inner city to the upper echelons of medicine, law, and the me ...show moredia. In their own words, these women tell of the lewd remarks, the propositions, the wandering hands and the looming specter of sexual violence. With a book that is both a collection of stories and a chronicle of protest, Celia Morris has provided a forum for women who have found the strength to fight back. Bearing Witness maps the dimensions of a national crisis and issues a clarion call to arms.