As Harvey Weinstein falls, tens of thousands of women are rising up with their stories of sexual assault and harassment, using thehashtag #MeToo. Actress Alyssa Milano started the movement on Twitter, urging women to break their silence and it quickly went viral, spreading to several other social networks. Jim Braude was joined by three women with their own stories to share former communications director for Gov. Deval Patrick Jesse Mermell, Governor’s Councilor Eileen Duff and Hilary Sargent, a former reporter for the Boston Globe.

When Khizr Khan first stepped onto the stage at last year’s Democratic National Convention, he directly berated then-candidate Donald Trump’s rhetoric and policy. He famously pulled out his pocket Constitution to demonstrate to candidate Trump that everyone is equal under the law. Since then, the constitutional scholar and Gold Star father has been traveling the United States, fighting for issues he believes are central to the document he keeps in his pocket and fighting against the man he has called "morally compromised" and "illiterate’ – President Trump. He joined Jim Braude to discuss Trump, getting caught in Charlottesville protests, his son and the message he hopes to get across to the country.

Jim weighs in on an epidemic of civics ignorance in the United States.