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April 26, 2024

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: April 26th, 2024 Media Contact:  me too. International’s Statement on Weinstein Decision The overturning of Harvey Weinstein’s conviction is a miscarriage […]

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Love Letter to Black Women and Femmes from me too. International

March 28, 2024

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: me too. International continues the “Love Letters” campaign with a love letter to Black women and Femmes. me too. International released […]

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After #MeToo Part 1: Sam Bee and Tarana Burke

Tarana Burke talks to Samantha Bee about the impact of the hashtag, what it may look like in the future, and the power of survivors coming together in numbers.

After #MeToo Part 2: Sam Bee and Tarana Burke

Samantha Bee continues her conversation with Tarana Burke about the importance of the language surrounding ‘me too.’, and how some have diverted attention away from the survivors and onto the abusers. They also discuss redemption and the steps needed to achieve that goal.