This October marks the 2nd anniversary of the #MeToo hashtag and the start of a monumental shift. Sexual violence is a national problem that deserves a national response. If we are invested in the outcome of this movement that we’ve built, then we must ensure that it remains part of the conversation. We as a constituency demand more – we are ready for accountability.
“‘me too.’ along with national movement sister organizations Justice for Migrant Women, National Domestic Workers Alliance, and the National Women’s Law Center have come together to create #metoovoter to hold our nation’s leaders accountable in demonstrating their commitment to survivors.
The purpose of #MeTooVoter is to push elected leaders and candidates to develop solid policy proposals that will support survivors’ healing, provide necessary services and benefits, invest in prevention, and reform legal protections to ensure that they cover all survivors, regardless of the kind of sexual violence or harassment they experienced or where they experienced it.
To learn more information about #MeTooVoter and how you can get involved, please fill out the form below and we’ll send updates about this campaign leading up to the 2020 elections.