#SeeHer is leading the movement to portray women and girls accurately in the media.

In this week's #SeeHer Spotlight, we are highlighting Elisabeth Moss who is currently starring as June in Hulu's The Handmaid's Tale, which has received several Emmy nods.

Having already received an Emmy for her outstanding performance, fans cannot to wait to see how Elisabeth continues her role as June. Having to tackle and portray difficult topics, the star has put in a lot of work to accurately portray June.

I just was like.. If you were being assaulted on a regular basis and you knew that there was nothing you could do about it what would you do? You know? There’s no escape and you can’t fight back. And so I thought well she would probably try not to be there," Elisabeth says.

Elisabeth Moss as June in "The Handmaid's Tale." PC: @elisabethmossofficial

If you want to see a different side of Elisabeth, she is starring alongside Melissa McCarthy and Tiffany Haddish in the new mobster movie The Kitchen. There are plenty of opportunities to see Elisabeth this summer whether it is on the big or small screen. Check her out!

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