October is the two-year anniversary of #MeToo going viral. The Spot team wants to recognize this milestone, which led to a fundamental shift in how we talk about sexual harassment and sexual violence.
We recently launched sexual harassment training as a companion to our anonymous harassment and discrimination reporting tool. For the month of October, we’re planning to donate $10 to the ‘me too.’ Movement for every demo of training that we book with a prospective customer.
Tarana Burke started the ‘me too.’ Movement in 2006, long before the #MeToo hashtag went viral in October 2017. The Movement was created primarily to support Black women and girls and other young women of color from low-wealth communities who were survivors of sexual violence. The nonprofit, which connects survivors with resources, now seeks to “expand the global conversation around sexual violence to speak to the needs of a broader spectrum,” including “young people, queer, trans, and disabled folks, Black women and girls, and all communities of color.”
At Spot, our mission is to help companies build more inclusive cultures. In the wake of #MeToo going viral, five states have passed legislation around harassment prevention, and we expect to see more. We designed Spot’s harassment training for this era, creating diverse, inclusive scenarios that include topics such as gender identity and sexual orientation.
Book a demo to learn more about training and donate $10 to ‘me too.’