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MeToo creator Tarana Burke: Campaign now & # 39; unknown & # 39;


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Tarana Burke, a talk by TEDWomen, said that MeToo had a long way to go

The creator of the MeToo movement has said that more than a decade ago the campaign against violence has become "understandable".

TEDWomen spoke at Palm Springs, Tarana Burke told a media reaction that he was looking for a witch.

"Suddenly, the center of survival of sexual violence is taking place against men's abuse," he said.

"The victims listen and then they live".

MeToo wanted to go back to his original invention, in 2006 he wrote paper works to launch an action plan about sexual violence in his community.

This phrase has become a global custom of this year, allegations made by producer Harvey Weinstein against Hollywood, but Burke says that this campaign is not forgotten.

"Me Too's vision of the movement is part of an overview, watching the world without sexual violence", TED (Technology, Entertainment and Design) participated in the speeches.

"It's a movement about one of these four girls and it is done annually between six boys with sexual impairment and they carry them to their vulnerability," he says.

Burke said he was being elected by Brett Kavanaugh as the Supreme Court was elected, despite denouncing gross sexual behavior, which he denied – US politicians seemed "vain pivot."

"This movement has been designated as a waterfall, but I am waking up to say that all evidence indicates the opposite," he said.

His speech concluded that the victims had no need to rebuild their traumas and demanded a fight against "power and privilege".

"We must assume ourselves and our children education and privilege that they should not be destroyed, destroyed, served and built," he said.

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