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WMPG celebrates the lives of Black men and women throughout the month of February. Born in 1973 Bronx, New York, Tarana Burke is a prominent activist who founded the “Me Too” movement to raise awareness of sexual assault.
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Cerwin, James, "Tarana Burke" (2020). Black History Month Segments. 16.