With New PSAs, Tarana Burke Seeks to Build the Next Chapters of #MeToo’s Future

Work from Deutsch puts focus back on survivors

In October 2017, actor Alyssa Milano’s use of #MeToo on Twitter to draw attention to sexual assault and harassment took the movement, started by activist Tarana Burke in 2006, into the wider public consciousness. While the sheer volume of activity was a positive in many ways, much of the discussion and news focused on the accused—particularly producer Harvey Weinstein—as opposed to the experiences of the victims and the effects on their own lives.

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