https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bFwCBwpAFMA Millions of people have shared personal stories of sexual assault and harassment using the hashtag #MeToo. Tarana Burke the founder of the movement, wants to make sure marginalized voices aren’t lost in the conversation. Content Warning: Sexual Assault/Harassment
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3T5eTD5llNs Amid the ongoing fallout from sexual assault and harassment allegations against Hollywood movie mogul Harvey Weinstein, a former contestant on “Celebrity Apprentice” has subpoenaed Donald Trump’s presidential campaign for all documents relating to her and any other women who have accused the U.S. president of unwanted sexual contact. We look at how this has reignited a conversation about sexual assault with women using the #MeToo hashtag, and speak with activist Tarana Burke, who started the campaign about a decade ago. “’Me Too’ is so powerful, because somebody had said it to me, and it changed the trajectory of my healing process,” Burke says. We also speak with Alicia Garza, co-founder of Black Lives Matter, and Soraya Chemaly, a journalist who covers the intersection of gender and politics.