In 2006, Tarana Burke was consumed by a desire to do something about the sexual violence “shes seen” in her community. She took out a piece of paper, wrote “Me Too” across the surface and to be laid down an action plan for a crusade centered on the supremacy of pity between survivors. More than a decade afterward, she reflects on what has since become a world move — and makes a strong call to overthrow the capability and liberty that are building blocks of sexual violence. “We owe future generations nothing less than a world-wide free of sexual violence, ” she says. “I think that we can structure that world.”
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