The former Fox journalist said the presidential candidate should follow the lead of others and come out against mandatory nondisclosure agreements.
"Bombshell" sees A-list actors like Charlize Theron, Nicole Kidman and John Lithgow become real-life people associated with Fox News like Megyn Kelly, Gretchen Carlson and Roger Ailes.
Newsweek spoke to Lift Our Voices founders Gretchen Carlson and Julie Roginsky about how NDAs are used to silence women and the steps their organization is taking to change that.
After issuing a joint statement in November, Gretchen Carlson, Julie Roginsky, and Diana Falzone formed Lift Our Voices, an organization dedicated to supporting those silenced by non-disclosure agreements after facing harassment or discrimination in the workplace.
"It is ironic that a man accused of sexual harassment over the course of many years by many different women is being courted to return to Fox News by its most prominent on-air personality," Gretchen Carlson, Julie Roginsky and Diana Falzone wrote.
Wait, is that Megyn Kelly? Nope. It's Charlize Theron.
"My hope is that they stop turning a blind eye to sexual harassment and determine how to make workplaces safer for everyone," Carlson says.
"When you have any process that is secret and the person bringing the claim forward can never talk, the power pendulum is just way off kilter," Gretchen Carlson said.
Ailes died of a brain injury, but O'Reilly blamed his enemies' "brutal hatred" for his passing.
Carlson brought a sexual harassment lawsuit against Fox News CEO Roger Ailes.
Amid a federal investigation and following the resignation of several high-profile members of staff, the Fox News scandal is growing.
A Fox News contributor said he investigated Gretchen Carlson and Andrea Mackris at Ailes' request.
The disgraced anchor's lawyers hoped to prove he was the victim of a liberal smear campaign.
More than 22 advertisers have abandoned the show, which averages close to four million viewers daily.
"Vanity Fair" says the settlement is for $20 million; 21st Century Fox issues apology to the former anchor.
Roger Ailes gave Donald Trump a weekly call-in segment to discuss political issues, Fox sources told "New York" magazine.
The problem of sexual harassment in media has come to the surface after allegations by women who worked at Fox News.