"I think it's important that we acknowledge all of the ways that sexual violence affects all people. It's the one thing that doesn't discriminate. And because of that, there's no demographic that's not affected by it, " Tarana Burke on #MeToo #TheDrum #auspol
@troygrant “I think we need to use common sense is the bottom line. I think that men are being extreme because they're uncomfortable. What you have is a moment in history where people are finally able to talk about things that have always made us uncomfortable,” Tarana Burke#TheDrum .
“I'm a survivor of sexual violence myself. It was really the young people that I was working with and their stories of sexual violence that finally compelled me to start to do something in our community to answer the violence that I was seeing,” Tarana Burke#TheDrum #auspol
@_Nic_Lee @AmyRemeikisT @troygranthe panel is joined by special guest: civil rights activist and founder of the m #MeTooovement , Tarana Burke, to talk about how her hashtag changed the way we talk about sexual assault.
#MeToo founder Tarana Burke's new hashtag for presidential candidates to address sexual violence
Tarana Burke, the founder of #MeToo , commented on allegations that Harvey Weinstein accuser Asia Argento sexually assaulted a 17-year-old actor: "Sexual violence is about power and privilege. That doesn't change if the perpetrator is your favorite actress. "
Here are the 10 activists who were on stage with Common and Andra Day: Alice Brown Otter Bana Alabed Bryan Stevenson Cecile Richards Dolores Huerta Janet Mock José Andrés Nicole Hockley Patrisse Cullors Tarana Burke
10 years before it was a hashtag, "Me too" was a movement founded by Tarana Burke to help sexual assault survivors