This year’s Time Magazine’s Person of the Year is more than one individual. It’s an entire movement. Naming them the “Silence Breakers”, this honors the legions of women and men who have bravely shared their stories of sexual assault, harassment and rape. This movement is a reckoning that’s been a long time coming, and it’s the perfect counterpunch to the misogynist who currently occupies the White House. However, as the Senate race in Alabama is showing us, there is more that needs to be done. There is a very real likelihood that Republican candidate Roy Moore, who has several credible allegations against him concerning sexual assault and inappropriate relationships with teenage girls, may very well win. And once he’s in the Senate, it’s unlikely that the Republican leadership will do anything to hold him accountable. Our Misogynist-In-Chief has yet to face his own day of reckoning, despite the Access Hollywood Tape (which he is now reportedly denying that it’s his voice), and several woman who have publicly come forward to bravely share their stories. And while the #metoo movement has definitely ushered in a cultural shift, there are countless others who find themselves unable to go public who need our support. This is just the beginning. We still have a long road ahead in not only addressing past grievances, but also in making sure that in the future people are immediately held accountable for their actions. But today, is a good day.