With words of empowerment that lift up marginalized voices, these crusaders representing TIME’s 2017 Person of The Year, the 'me too.' Movement, enable survivors across all races, genders, or classes to know that they are not alone.
With a hashtag, she started a movement—now this victim’s rights advocate shares her personal story of survival, and outlines what you can do to help victims of domestic abuse.
Sohaila Abdulali is an author, advocate, and journalist who is changing the way that we talk about sexual assault.
Kenyette is a political strategist, lobbyist, public speaker, trainer, mother, and CEO of Nia Vizyon, LLC—a social justice, consulting, and political strategy lobbying firm—and the National Co-Founder of #MuteRKelly.
Founder of the ‘me too.’ Movement and advocate for survivors of sexual violence
This public interest advocate and attorney emboldens you to affect social change by pressing for legislation around consequential issues.
Law Professor and Leader in the fight for women’s rights.
As a leader of the Women’s March, one of the most galvanizing movements in U.S. history, she shares critical insights on diversity, inclusion, social justice, and the intersectional feminist movement.
Chief Washington Correspondent for The New Yorker Magazine
The victim’s rights advocate and singer/songwriter behind the viral anthem for the historic Women’s March on Washington empowers as she inspires authenticity, resilience and strength.
The Women’s March on Washington co-chair inspires audiences to join the movement to end mass incarceration and work to eliminate racial inequities in the criminal justice system and society-at-large.
Named one of Forbes’ 30 Under 30 in Media, this rising journalist offers a witty and thought-provoking assessment of complex social issues from gender equality to the impact of new media on the news cycle.
The founder of Justice for Migrant Women and the co-founder of Alianza Nacional de Campesinas, Mónica Ramírez authored the “Dear Sisters” letter to women in the entertainment industry, sparking the creation of the TIME’S UP Movement.