ST. LOUIS, MO — Tarana Burke, founder of the “MeToo” movement, received a warm welcome Monday when she delivered a speech at Webster University. Burke spoke about the movement, why she started it and an urgent need for action to make sure survivors of sexual violence are supported and have much-needed resources to help them heal. Find out how the “MeToo” movement is impacting Webster University students and whether they are heeding the call to action.
- Baleisha Thomas, Webster University student
- Colette Cummings, Associate Dean Of Students, Multicultural Center And International Student Affairs At Webster University
- Elza Ibroscheva, Associate Dean of the School of Communications Webster University