Tarana Burke, civil rights activist and the founder of #MeToo, launched a new series of PSA videos at Sundance over the weekend, giving voice to a diverse array of sexual abuse survivors. The poignant short clips—made in collaboration with design agency, Deutsch—are aimed at re-centering focus of the movement away from predators and back on survivors.
"We haven't seen enough conversation about the millions and millions of people who have actually said, 'Me too.' And what has become painfully clear is that the world doesn't really understand the life cycle of a survivor. The people who volunteered to be part of this PSA are putting their stories out in the world very bravely, but they're also helping us to shift the narrative."
The participants include an undocumented immigrant, a male survivor of child abuse, a woman who lived with intimate partner violence, and Brooklyn Nine-Nine star Terry Crews, who was assaulted by a Hollywood executive. Hear their stories below: