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There’s no denying that what was once just the Harvey Weinstein story has taken on a life all its own in #MeToo. While Tarana Burke has been working on Me Too as a social justice cause for more than a decade, it took the coming out of harassed and abused White women of relative…

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Freelancer via @washingtonpost | @TheAtlantic |@AJEnglish | @Guardian; American Univ. & UMUC history prof. Invite me to write/speak: donaldearlcollins@gmail.com

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