Me Too movement founder Tarana Burke
The #MeToo movement has exploded as a women's empowerment movement, and while that's positive for women, according to the movement's founder, who coined the phrase "me too" more than 10 years ago, it takes attention off of sexual assault survivors.Ta...
Tarana Burke joined Salon's Alyona Minkovski on "Salon Talks" and opened up about her years of work on sexual violence, the importance of shifting the narrative around what #MeToo means and the movement's future. "It's not about taking down powerful men, it's not about focusing on perpetrators," Burke said. "It's not just about sexual harassment in the workplace, although that's a part of it. It's about interrupting sexual violence and finding resources to help survivors."
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