Yesterday the #MeToo movement celebrated the third year since it received global recognition. Tarana Burke, the movement’s leader, is still focused on the movement’s goal-- to create a global network of organizations united behind the movement to end sexual violence. Burke is also working to make sure it remains inclusive and reclaims its original intent: a focus on marginalized voices and experiences.
In working toward these goals, the group has launched a new platform to advance the fight to end sexual violence. Platform users might take a quiz with their children to teach them about consent, complete bystander intervention training, or participate in an online survivors healing series.
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