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Tarana Burke's next move with #MeToo is a digital call to action: 'There is no movement if people are not actively engaged in it'

It's been three years since #MeToo went viral and those two words changed how we talk about sexual violence.

Tarana Burke, the civil rights activist and founder of the global #MeToo movement, is continuing her decadeslong global fight for survivor justice during COVID-19 and amid ongoing social injustices. Her latest project is the digital platform me too. act too., a campaign that gives survivors, advocates and allies tools to work toward a world free of sexual violence. The crowd-sourced entity enables anyone, anywhere to get active in the fight to end sexual violence.

The me too. act too. website allows users to enter their location and choose their interests, so they can easily tap into events and activities that further the cause. Users also can create and

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