In Tarana Burke’s Debut Memoir, 'Unbound,' The Activist Behind The Phrase "Me Too" Is Telling Her Own Story For The First Time
Tarana Burke first said "Me Too" to support survivors of sexual violence. It's still relevant over a decade later.
The founder of the ‘me too.’ Movement International reflects on how she finds her true self in the ancestral wisdom of our greatest minds.
Adam Abdul-Jabbar was charged with one count of assault with a deadly weapon.
D'usse Palooza Cuts Ties With Host Christopher 'Chris Stylezz' Samuels After He's Accused of Sexual Misconduct By Multiple Women
More than a dozen women have come forward with allegations on social media.
Although the music mogul has denied all allegations against him, the women will finally have their say in the HBO Max doc.
In a Twitter thread, the Me Too founder recounts the scary moments she's faced taking care of her spouse at home.
The film, set to premiere on HBOMax, paints a broad but nuanced picture of how our culture works to silence Black women.
After a murder-suicide took the lives of a young New Jersey couple, community members are coming together to help the children left behind.
Smiley and PBS are currently locked in a lawsuit stemming from the network's decision to end its relationship with the talk show host over sexual misconduct claims.
Where are we now?
The OverExplainer: What Do Ida B. Wells, Fannie Lou Hamer, Marsha P. Johnson And Tarana Burke Have In Common?
These are all women who disrupted history with their activism.
Expanding Our Frame: Deepening Our Demands For Safety And Healing For Black Survivors of Sexual Violence
For Black women, girls, trans and gender nonconforming people, many institutions framed as solutions to sexual violence and spaces of safety and healing – including police, schools, health care providers, social services – can also be sources and sites of further sexual violence.
This year at the Golden Globe Awards, the stars have aligned to support the second year of the #TimesUp campaign.
Sources told ESSENCE the singer's accusers were in tears after the screening was cancelled.
"The world responds to the vulnerability of white women. Our narrative has never been centered in mainstream media. Our stories don't get told and as a result, it makes us feel not as valuable."