In 2017, Tarana Burke founded the #MeToo movement, an act of solidarity and support for people who’ve experienced sexual harassment and assault. Now synonymous with an international shift in perception of these issues, the Me Too Movement has impacted how we deal with the dilemma worldwide. As part of the Ordinary People, Extraordinary Stories lecture series at BGSU University Libraries, Burke will speak about her experiences and where we go from here.
$25 for non-students | 7-8:30pm | Tuesday, April 30
Bowling Green State University,
1001 E. Wooster St., Bowling Green
419-372-2856 | Events.bgsu.org | Free for students