There is no more important message, or voice, worth listening to right now than Burke’s. As she explained in a speech last October, just days after the Times first bombshell report on Weinstein, the #MeToo Movement exists “to radicalize the notion of mass healing.”

“As a community, we create a lot of space for fighting and pushing back, but not enough for connecting and healing,” she said.

As journalist Lisa Ryan perfectly articulates in The Cut, “it’s shattering to see an advocate be accused of the very thing she was fighting against. If anything, though, this is an opportunity for the movement to show its true priorities: amplifying the voices of survivors, no matter how discomfiting their claims might be, and working to create a world in which no person is too powerful or deemed too unimpeachable for accountability.”

Progress demands we open our arms, and minds, to connecting and healing—with all victims, all survivors, and all genders.

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