The Time’s Up movement was in full force at the Golden Globes this year, but will things be different a year from now? AJ Calloway, former host of BET’s “106 & Park” and current co-host of NBC’s "Extra," posed that question Monday. “I think it was the beginning of a statement, I want it to continue,” he said in an interview with Cheddar. “I think there should be, and I really want there to be, [change].” Attendees at the Globes stood in solidarity Sunday night, wearing “Time’s Up” pins and dressed all in black. It was the first awards show of the season, and the first gathering since allegations of sexual harassment against Harvey Weinstein opened a floodgate of accusations in the industry. The Time’s Up Legal Defense Fund was established in December with celebrities like Reese Witherspoon, Jennifer Aniston, and Shonda Rhimes all lending their support. The organization subsidizes legal support for victims of workplace sexual harassment, abuse, or assault. For the full interview [click here](

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