Over the past two days, thousands of people across the world joined the #MeToo campaign and shared their personal stories of sexual assault and harassment. To show solidarity with survivors and advocates, Metro on Tuesday changed its iconic logo to “#Metoo” in both its print edition and website.
In today’s issue, we hear from people who have endured acts of sexual violence and harassment as well as counselors and advocates who aim to heal and empower survivors.
— Metro US (@Metro_US) October 17, 2017
Pick up a copy of Tuesday’s Metro newspaper in New York, Boston and Philadelphia, or explore our website for our coverage of the #MeToo campaign. You can share your thoughts and stories by visiting our Twitter and Facebook accounts using the hashtag #MeToo. Links below.