Four deeply moving videos released by the #MeToo movement were screened at the Sundance Film Festival on Saturday, with one voiced by actor Terry Crews.
Crews came forward with his own story as a survivor of sexual assault in 2017, in the wake of accusations against Harvey Weinstein and the surge of the #MeToo movement against sexual abuse.
“For me to remain silent, I would have felt like a fraud,” says Crews. “In the year that’s gone by, I’ve learned that silence is violence. They depend on you being quiet.
“My advice to any survivor: I will not be shamed. I did nothing wrong.”
The other three videos are also voiced by survivors of sexual violence: Daniela Contreras, Emily Waters, and a 31-year-old who chose to remain anonymous. Read more…
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