The #MeToo Dialogues 2018

Free online event aired July 17-20

The #MeToo movement has ignited a revolution…

Starting with Tarana Burke’s powerful call for survivor-sisterhood in 2006, to Alyssa Milano’s tweet that sparked a global conversation, to a continuing wave of women (and men) standing up, speaking out, and unifying their voices to say #MeToo, #EnoughIsEnough, #TimesUp, #EndSexualViolence, and more…

It is critical that we continue to step forward and to share our stories.

Yet, we’re also ready to move beyond a message and a movement — to lasting social change.

As we continue to co-create safe spaces where we can express ourselves, and as we continue to heal, we are called to take action and advocate on behalf of those still suffering in silence.

The future of our shared humanity requires that we dismantle the structures that have allowed oppression, bias, and inequality to persist — not to mention the predatory behavior, sexual violence, and rape culture that continue.

We are urged to march, to write our representatives, to campaign for change, and to raise awareness in every area of our lives.

We are invited into deeper community with each other and our global family...

To take the next step toward BEING the change, we at The Shift Network have created an incredible event for you — powerful dialogues with deeply inspiring people — who reveal how they moved from surviving to thriving to taking inspired action and more.

You’ll witness our host — acclaimed actress, author, rape counselor, and educator Tonya Pinkins™ — as she talks openly and intimately with more than 30 women and men — including Tarana Burke, Eve Ensler, Alicia Garza, Rosanna Arquette, Marisa Tomei, Michael Beckwith, MJ Rodriguez, Sara Ramirez, Lili Bernard, Kim Sykes, Lauren White, and more — who share their powerful stories of healing, brave acts of breaking silence, and what’s next for the #MeToo movement.

Join us for the #MeToo Dialogues — at no charge — here:


NOTE: If you’re a student or represent a community-based nonprofit organization and this price is a burden, please contact us at for a scholarship.

100% of net profits donated to:
Me Too Movement (Tarana Burke's organization)
Girls for Gender Equity (where Tarana works)
Donor Direct Action (women's rights globally and Feminine Genital Mutilation in Africa, Co-Founded by Gloria Steinam, Founder Jessica Neuwirth is a speaker on the Summit):


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