The Next Chapter For ‘Me Too’ Is Here. Tarana Burke Says ‘We All Can Play A Part.’

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Three years after the Me Too movement went viral, the fight against sexual violence is still deeply intertwined with many other social justice issues. The coronavirus pandemic has made some people more vulnerable to assault and harassment. Racism and police brutality have continued to put women and LGBTQ people of color at a higher risk of sexual assault by law enforcement. And the presidential election features two candidates who have been accused of sexual assault or misconduct. 

Tarana Burke, the founder of the Me Too movement and a longtime activist, knows people are outraged ― and that many of them are overwhelmed. So she and the Me Too organization, in collaboration with creative data marketing agency FCB/SIX, are launching a new digital platform that allows activists, both…


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