Conversation with 'me too,' Movement founder

Tuesday, March 19, 11:10 AM | CCBC Essex

Romadka College Center | F. Scott Black Theater

2019 President's Distinguished African-American Lecture Series presents Tarana Burke
Join us for a conversation with Tarana Bruke, founder of the 'me too.' Movement, as she shares her powerful story as creator of what is now an international movement supporting survivors of sexual assault and harassment.

A sexual assault survivor herself, Tarana has dedicated more than 25 years of her life to social justice issues and was the genesis of the viral 2017 TIME Person of the Year-winning ‘me too.’ Movement. Hear her personal journey from "victim to survivor to thriver," and participate in a dynamic discussion as she engages the audience in an intimate conversation.

Reception immediately following the lecture. CCBC’s President’s Distinguished African-American Lecture Series is free and open to the public; however, tickets are required. For tickets, contact the CCBC Box Office at 443-840-2787 or visit a CCBC Student Life office.
a photo of Tarana Burke the founder of the me too movement