#MeToo Survivor's March
Hollywood & Highland
10 am- 3pm
As we watch more and more survivors come forward about sexual assault through the ME TOO campaign, we see that it's time to take action!
Many of us have felt that sexual assault is something to be ashamed of, but no more! We are not to blame and it's time that we stop normalizing rape culture.
QUOTE from #MeToo movement founder TARANA BURKE:
“For every Harvey Weinstein, there’s a hundred more men in the neighborhood who are doing the exact same thing. The conversation around harassment in Hollywood will broaden to include other industries if we force it to! It’s not going to do it on its own. Sexual violence really doesn’t know a race, a class, a gender. It can happen to anybody. The response to sexual violence, on the other hand, can be highly racialized and highly gendered. What we’re seeing, at least for now, is a unity of survivors, a community of survivors that have grown out of this #MeToo viral moment, that I’m just hoping and praying that we can sustain.”
On November 12, we will come together and stand with survivors of sexual assault! The #MeTooMarch coalition is working hard to ensure that a wide range of issues are represented. If you have a perspective that you'd like to see addressed, or if you know of an organization we should be in contact with, please reach out.
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