Just two words are being used on social media as a way for women--and some men--to share that they've been sexually harassed or assaulted. It's a national conversation that began following the growing number of complaints of sexual harassment or abuse against Hollywood movie producer Harvey Weinstein.
Niess-May says the abuse is the result of the bigger picture of oppression.
October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month, and Niess-May says the thousands of "me too" showing up through social media are helping to raise awareness of the problem.
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