Google Employees Say 'Time's Up' for the Patriarchy

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Google employees stage a walkout on Thursday in New York City and at Google offices around the world over how the company has handled sexual harassment. (Bryan R. Smith/AFP/Getty Images)

About 1,000 Google employees walked out of work Thursday and staged a rally on the company's main Mountain View campus. The impetus was a New York Times report published last week about dozens of sexual misconduct allegations and some very large exit packages for accused executives. At the rally, our reporter captured some of what was shared before being asked to leave.

Guest: Sam Harnett, KQED Silicon Valley reporter

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