The event was named after the trending hashtag and was created in response to dozens of women accusing Harvey Weinstein of sexual assault.
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Women and men gathered to make their voices heard and shine light on an issue they believe has been swept under the rug for too long.
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“You know, we only pay attention when it’s someone famous and it’s time for us to give a voice to the voiceless and be able to come up here and say, ‘Me too,'” stated march organizer Brenda Gutierrez.
Organizers say the campaign has given a voice to many survivors struggling silently, and now, some women are publicly sharing their stories.