I think I would go back and tell my younger self that it's OK.

"I was a survivor of sexual violence and a child of sexual abuse and did not reveal that. That's not going to make it happen. Nicole Carroll is editor-in-chief of USA TODAY. I think the key is building a toolbox.

The Me Too movement just launched its next chapter. And how inherently powerful it is to do things collectively. A lot of survivors do that. Anne-Christine Poujoulat / AFP - Getty Images file, Tom Williams / CQ-Roll Call via Getty Images, MeToo founder Tarana Burke: ‘Voting is one of the last things we have control of in this country’, Alaska AG resigns after sending inappropriate text messages to junior state employee, Harvey Weinstein surrenders to NYC police, is charged with rape, Federal prosecutors open Harvey Weinstein investigation in New York. If we have a limited vision that the hashtag gives us, then we won't ever make the kind of progress that's necessary to actually look like we might end sexual violence. This was an opportunity for her to get it out. Tarana Burke: I actually had the idea of empowerment through empathy before the words "me too," because I thought about how powerful it feels to not be alone. Cosby's trial was hailed as a #MeToo win. I once posted on Twitter that if we could maybe switch out the word "rape" for "murder," that maybe people would get it when you say things like, "I heard that he supposedly murdered four or five women on campus but I'm not sure, it could be true, it could not be true.". Women leaders from the civil rights movement that we don't hear their names enough, who we don't talk about enough. Those tools you have in that box will help pull you out of that place. ‘Be in each and every moment, that’s the only thing you really have that’s guaranteed’. She was 6 when she walked into a segregated school. She calls the girl Heaven to protect her identity. It is my job, I think, to amplify and elevate the voices of the most marginalized amongst us. NBC News Senior Media Editor Claire Atkinson is joined by Catherine Hardwicke, Lake Bell, Gina Prince-Bythewood, Angela Robinson, Tracy Oliver, and Jessie Kahnweiler ahead of the Academy Awards to talk about what changes, if any, have been made in Hollywood since the recent allegations of sexual harassment against powerful industry men. We know that there's no demographic you could name that is exempt from experiencing sexual violence, no community. I wish I knew how much trauma turns into stress that lives in your body and affects the way you move, the way you think, the way you live, and I would have done more work early on. Because if we did, I would believe, I would want to believe, that we would want to interrogate that and we would also take responsibility for that as a country. #MeToo has centered around pop culture and hype and not really around structures and systems that allow for sexual violence to be what it is. But I believe in vision, and movements are carried by vision. Other than that it's just smoke and mirrors. In the #MeToo era, we’re supposed to be better than this. But it's not going to happen if we only focus on is Matt Lauer in his summer home? And that is not to the exclusion of anybody else. It's a game of Jenga. And also the girls. T, I need to talk to you.' My life is proof that you can start where you are with what you have in the capacity that you have and make a difference. #MeToo was a moment in history that elevated the Me Too movement, that amplified it and sent it off into the stratosphere and made it incredibly visible. To get a firmer grasp on what it’s like to date and have sex in this fraught new era, we checked in with women and men of various ages and locations about their experiences. Follow the timeline of the #MeToo movement, which demonstrates the prevalence of sexual assault in the workplace. But over time we build up our toolbox. Complete this form for speaking engagements, press/media and all professional inquiries related to Me Too movement founder Tarana Burke and her team.

We're already vulnerable enough. Now she teaches children to get past racial differences.

I've worked with hundreds of girls in my career. I think of it in my mind as an imaginary toolbox. You work with women who are survivors, particularly women of color. You have to know that it’s possible to rid yourself of the shame first. An 7-week online series that is created for survivors, by survivors, with a focus on introducing tools and practices that help navigate crisis and trauma, and begin to rebuild a sense of safety, joy, and purpose. Our offerings are at no-cost to participants, and seek to activate survivors along their healing journeys, help provide pathways to leadership, and support individual and community transformation. We don't hear about that. Women of the Century: Tarana Burke founded Me Too to protect the most marginalized among us.

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I think I would go back and tell my younger self that it's OK.

"I was a survivor of sexual violence and a child of sexual abuse and did not reveal that. That's not going to make it happen. Nicole Carroll is editor-in-chief of USA TODAY. I think the key is building a toolbox.

The Me Too movement just launched its next chapter. And how inherently powerful it is to do things collectively. A lot of survivors do that. Anne-Christine Poujoulat / AFP - Getty Images file, Tom Williams / CQ-Roll Call via Getty Images, MeToo founder Tarana Burke: ‘Voting is one of the last things we have control of in this country’, Alaska AG resigns after sending inappropriate text messages to junior state employee, Harvey Weinstein surrenders to NYC police, is charged with rape, Federal prosecutors open Harvey Weinstein investigation in New York. If we have a limited vision that the hashtag gives us, then we won't ever make the kind of progress that's necessary to actually look like we might end sexual violence. This was an opportunity for her to get it out. Tarana Burke: I actually had the idea of empowerment through empathy before the words "me too," because I thought about how powerful it feels to not be alone. Cosby's trial was hailed as a #MeToo win. I once posted on Twitter that if we could maybe switch out the word "rape" for "murder," that maybe people would get it when you say things like, "I heard that he supposedly murdered four or five women on campus but I'm not sure, it could be true, it could not be true.". Women leaders from the civil rights movement that we don't hear their names enough, who we don't talk about enough. Those tools you have in that box will help pull you out of that place. ‘Be in each and every moment, that’s the only thing you really have that’s guaranteed’. She was 6 when she walked into a segregated school. She calls the girl Heaven to protect her identity. It is my job, I think, to amplify and elevate the voices of the most marginalized amongst us. NBC News Senior Media Editor Claire Atkinson is joined by Catherine Hardwicke, Lake Bell, Gina Prince-Bythewood, Angela Robinson, Tracy Oliver, and Jessie Kahnweiler ahead of the Academy Awards to talk about what changes, if any, have been made in Hollywood since the recent allegations of sexual harassment against powerful industry men. We know that there's no demographic you could name that is exempt from experiencing sexual violence, no community. I wish I knew how much trauma turns into stress that lives in your body and affects the way you move, the way you think, the way you live, and I would have done more work early on. Because if we did, I would believe, I would want to believe, that we would want to interrogate that and we would also take responsibility for that as a country. #MeToo has centered around pop culture and hype and not really around structures and systems that allow for sexual violence to be what it is. But I believe in vision, and movements are carried by vision. Other than that it's just smoke and mirrors. In the #MeToo era, we’re supposed to be better than this. But it's not going to happen if we only focus on is Matt Lauer in his summer home? And that is not to the exclusion of anybody else. It's a game of Jenga. And also the girls. T, I need to talk to you.' My life is proof that you can start where you are with what you have in the capacity that you have and make a difference. #MeToo was a moment in history that elevated the Me Too movement, that amplified it and sent it off into the stratosphere and made it incredibly visible. To get a firmer grasp on what it’s like to date and have sex in this fraught new era, we checked in with women and men of various ages and locations about their experiences. Follow the timeline of the #MeToo movement, which demonstrates the prevalence of sexual assault in the workplace. But over time we build up our toolbox. Complete this form for speaking engagements, press/media and all professional inquiries related to Me Too movement founder Tarana Burke and her team.

We're already vulnerable enough. Now she teaches children to get past racial differences.

I've worked with hundreds of girls in my career. I think of it in my mind as an imaginary toolbox. You work with women who are survivors, particularly women of color. You have to know that it’s possible to rid yourself of the shame first. An 7-week online series that is created for survivors, by survivors, with a focus on introducing tools and practices that help navigate crisis and trauma, and begin to rebuild a sense of safety, joy, and purpose. Our offerings are at no-cost to participants, and seek to activate survivors along their healing journeys, help provide pathways to leadership, and support individual and community transformation. We don't hear about that. Women of the Century: Tarana Burke founded Me Too to protect the most marginalized among us.

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Just like the world finds new ways to tell Black women they're not worthy, survivors are told in so many different ways that the shame is ours, that we are complicit in our own abuse. Impact Report 2019 Explore healing

What advice would you give your younger self?

The work we did with the girls early on before we directly talked about sexual violence was about building self-worth. Just like the world finds new ways to tell Black women they’re not worthy, survivors are told in so many different ways that the shame is ours, that we are complicit in our own abuse. Our community healing circles are a guide for how we walk together through the difficult, but necessary, cycle of transformation.

Busy hammering the final nail in the #MeToo movement coffin.

They will keep you humble. The #MeToo Moment: Navigating Sex in the ‘Gray Zone’ Many people are finding the language to speak out about their “gray zone” encounters. "Oh my God, there's a whole world out here. How empowering it is to know you don't have to walk a journey by yourself, to know that you're not the only one. Burke wishes she had told her she understood.

I think I would go back and tell my younger self that it's OK.

"I was a survivor of sexual violence and a child of sexual abuse and did not reveal that. That's not going to make it happen. Nicole Carroll is editor-in-chief of USA TODAY. I think the key is building a toolbox.

The Me Too movement just launched its next chapter. And how inherently powerful it is to do things collectively. A lot of survivors do that. Anne-Christine Poujoulat / AFP - Getty Images file, Tom Williams / CQ-Roll Call via Getty Images, MeToo founder Tarana Burke: ‘Voting is one of the last things we have control of in this country’, Alaska AG resigns after sending inappropriate text messages to junior state employee, Harvey Weinstein surrenders to NYC police, is charged with rape, Federal prosecutors open Harvey Weinstein investigation in New York. If we have a limited vision that the hashtag gives us, then we won't ever make the kind of progress that's necessary to actually look like we might end sexual violence. This was an opportunity for her to get it out. Tarana Burke: I actually had the idea of empowerment through empathy before the words "me too," because I thought about how powerful it feels to not be alone. Cosby's trial was hailed as a #MeToo win. I once posted on Twitter that if we could maybe switch out the word "rape" for "murder," that maybe people would get it when you say things like, "I heard that he supposedly murdered four or five women on campus but I'm not sure, it could be true, it could not be true.". Women leaders from the civil rights movement that we don't hear their names enough, who we don't talk about enough. Those tools you have in that box will help pull you out of that place. ‘Be in each and every moment, that’s the only thing you really have that’s guaranteed’. She was 6 when she walked into a segregated school. She calls the girl Heaven to protect her identity. It is my job, I think, to amplify and elevate the voices of the most marginalized amongst us. NBC News Senior Media Editor Claire Atkinson is joined by Catherine Hardwicke, Lake Bell, Gina Prince-Bythewood, Angela Robinson, Tracy Oliver, and Jessie Kahnweiler ahead of the Academy Awards to talk about what changes, if any, have been made in Hollywood since the recent allegations of sexual harassment against powerful industry men. We know that there's no demographic you could name that is exempt from experiencing sexual violence, no community. I wish I knew how much trauma turns into stress that lives in your body and affects the way you move, the way you think, the way you live, and I would have done more work early on. Because if we did, I would believe, I would want to believe, that we would want to interrogate that and we would also take responsibility for that as a country. #MeToo has centered around pop culture and hype and not really around structures and systems that allow for sexual violence to be what it is. But I believe in vision, and movements are carried by vision. Other than that it's just smoke and mirrors. In the #MeToo era, we’re supposed to be better than this. But it's not going to happen if we only focus on is Matt Lauer in his summer home? And that is not to the exclusion of anybody else. It's a game of Jenga. And also the girls. T, I need to talk to you.' My life is proof that you can start where you are with what you have in the capacity that you have and make a difference. #MeToo was a moment in history that elevated the Me Too movement, that amplified it and sent it off into the stratosphere and made it incredibly visible. To get a firmer grasp on what it’s like to date and have sex in this fraught new era, we checked in with women and men of various ages and locations about their experiences. Follow the timeline of the #MeToo movement, which demonstrates the prevalence of sexual assault in the workplace. But over time we build up our toolbox. Complete this form for speaking engagements, press/media and all professional inquiries related to Me Too movement founder Tarana Burke and her team.

We're already vulnerable enough. Now she teaches children to get past racial differences.

I've worked with hundreds of girls in my career. I think of it in my mind as an imaginary toolbox. You work with women who are survivors, particularly women of color. You have to know that it’s possible to rid yourself of the shame first. An 7-week online series that is created for survivors, by survivors, with a focus on introducing tools and practices that help navigate crisis and trauma, and begin to rebuild a sense of safety, joy, and purpose. Our offerings are at no-cost to participants, and seek to activate survivors along their healing journeys, help provide pathways to leadership, and support individual and community transformation. We don't hear about that. Women of the Century: Tarana Burke founded Me Too to protect the most marginalized among us.

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