Black Box: The Memoir That Sparked Japan's #MeToo Movement
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Shiori Ito., & Shiori Ito|AUTHOR. (2021). Black Box: The Memoir That Sparked Japan's #MeToo Movement . The Feminist Press at CUNY.

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Shiori Ito and Shiori Ito|AUTHOR. 2021. Black Box: The Memoir That Sparked Japan's #MeToo Movement. The Feminist Press at CUNY.

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Shiori Ito and Shiori Ito|AUTHOR. Black Box: The Memoir That Sparked Japan's #MeToo Movement The Feminist Press at CUNY, 2021.

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	2015, an aspiring young journalist named Shiori Ito charged prominent reporter Noriyuki Yamaguchi with rape. After meeting up for drinks and networking, Ito remembers regaining consciousness in a hotel room while being assaulted. But when she went to the police, Ito was told that her case was a "black box"-untouchable and unprosecutable.

	Upon publication in 2017, Ito's searing account foregrounded the #MeToo movement in Japan and became the center of an urgent cultural and legal shift around recognizing sexual assault and gender-based violence. As international outlets covered every step of her story-even documenting it in the BBC film Japan's Secret Shame-this book launched a societal reckoning. At the end of 2019, Ito won a civil case against Yamaguchi.

	With careful and quiet fury, Black Box recounts a broken system of repression and violence-but it also heralds the beginning of a new solidarity movement seeking a more equitable path toward justice.
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