Tarana Burke set this movement in motion long before the Harvey Weinstein scandal, the Alissa Milano tweet or the Time’s Up campaign. It actually began over a decade ago in Alabama to support brown and black survivors of sexual violence. Since then, the call has gone viral and Tarana is on a mission to help women navigate what comes after the hashtag. Whether you are a survivor or an ally, everyone has a place in this movement, she says. And as you’ll hear in this interview, she is proving that a movement of radical healing is not only possible, it’s happening.