The man in the White House loves nothing more than to be at the center of a narrative. What if this time it's not about him?
The hosts talk with the founder of the Me Too movement about the next phase of the organization's work against sexual violence and abuse.
The founder of the movement to end sexual violence is making activism more accessible with her new platform, Me Too Act Too.
Tarana Burke, the activist behind the anti-sexual violence movement, did not outright denounce Joe Biden when weighing in on Tara Reade's accusations.
Activists say that some major Democratic contenders haven't unveiled sufficient plans to fight sexual harassment and assault.
On the second anniversary since the Me Too movement went viral, the founder reminds us to center survivors, not perpetrators.
The activist explained that the anti-sexual violence movement is for people of all genders at the Time 100 Summit on Tuesday.
“We can’t just put everyone aside,” she said.
The activist broke down what was wrong with the former vice president's response to allegations he subjected several women to unwanted touching.
“Young black people across the diaspora ... rely on and invest in HBCUs not to just facilitate an education, but to keep them safe while doing so,” Burke said.