In 2006, Tarana Burke was is used by a desire to do something about the forms of sexual violence she saw in her society. She took out a piece of paper, wrote “Me Too” across the surpas and laid out an action plan for a fluctuation centered on the power of pity between survivors. More than a decade eventually, she reflects on what has since become a global gesture — and makes a potent call to overthrow the ability and liberty that are building blocks of sexual violence. “We owe future generations no less than a macrocosm free of sexual violence, ” she says. “I believe we can body-build that world.”
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