“What do you think needs to happen to end a culture of rampant sexual harassment and assault?”,
and we got answers from all over the country.
2017 will go down in history as the year women broke their silence and the dozens of powerful men who sexually abused them were finally held accountable. More than a decade ago, Tarana Burke started the #MeToo movement to empower and unite women and girls who have been sexually assaulted, and this year it inspired millions of survivors to come forward.
In 2018, UltraViolet, a national women’s advocacy organization, wants to keep this momentum going by focusing on what comes next. That’s why we launched a new online platform, “Me Too. Now What?”, in partnership with 12 allied organizations, to crowdsource solutions to address the epidemic of sexual assault and harassment in our country. Visitors to the site were encouraged to first submit their own solutions, and then upvote and downvote others.
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