Me Too

  • October 25, 2018 • 4 PM – 5 PM
  • Graham Chapel (Seating for the public will be limited)

Due to the popularity of this event, seating for the public will be limited, with most seats reserved for WU students, faculty and staff. Doors open at 3 PM.  Please note that these measures may be amended. Check Tarana Burke’s bio for specific details and edits.

It may seem as though the #metoo hashtag campaign came out of nowhere; in fact, it was 25 years in the making, built on the back of Tarana Burke’s lifelong dedication to developing support structures for young women of color who survived sexual violence.

A survivor herself, Burke has now joined forces with the “me too” Movement to assist survivors and those working to end sexual violence. Her talk will be a poignant and inspiring reminder of how one person can create an international movement that actually moves society in the right direction.