Unbound: My Story of Liberation and the Birth of the Me Too Movement Free Audiobook Download by Tarana Burke
Tarana Burke's memoir is the controversial story of her personal journey to the Me Too Movement and how she first coined the term "Me Too". This audiobook paints a picture of the social ills that plague our society and how it can impact each of us.
Tarana Burke is an award-winning community organizer and poet who began the Me Too movement in 2006 with five women she met at a support group. Few people know that it was Tarana's story of sexual abuse as a young girl that inspired her to start this organization. In her book, "Unbound," she tells the story of how she came to create Me Too and how the complexities of life have made it difficult for her to stay faithful to one cause.
"It was all about transcending. I had been reduced to the point where I could no longer understand who I was or what my life might be worth."
Unbound: My Story of Liberation and the Birth of the Me Too Movement tells the story of Tarana Burke, who founded the Me Too movement from her Auburn, Alabama, home in 2006. From being a victim of sexual abuse as a young girl to becoming a community organizer, Burke's story is one of bravery and resilience.
In this intimate book, Tarana Burke tells her story of liberation from sexual violence as a teenager and the birth of the Me Too Movement. It is a beautifully articulated account to which everyone can relate their stories of suffering abuse in silence.
|Duration||7 hours 9 minutes|
|Is It Free?||30-days Free|
|Parent Category||Social Science, Women, History & Culture|