Life Beyond #MeToo: Creating a Safer World for Our Mothers, Daughters, Sisters & Friends

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“The epidemic of violence against women must end. Life Beyond #MeToo casts a vision for freedom from violence and discrimination and gives tools for you to start taking action to change the world.”

—Miriam Barnett, CEO, YWCA Pierce County

“Working moms are bearing the high costs of gender discrimination. Life Beyond #MeToo helps us see how to get to the roots of the problem and start addressing it in this generation.”

—Christine Michel Carter, The #1 Global Voice for Working Moms, Consultant and Speaker at Minority Woman Marketing LLC

The well-researched Life Beyond #MeToo offers a vision of hope and an invitation to shift from the epidemic of sexual violence to a safer, vibrant future. Christine Rose takes a coach’s approach to help people address the truth with honesty and grace. Whether or not you have experienced sexual discrimination and violence or know a loved one who has, this book shares powerful tools to address this topic with conversation, forgiveness, and resilience so you can move toward healing and restoration.

From personal stories and reflective questions to an overview of family structure, societal views, and the national and global marketplace, readers are invited to explore opportunities for personal, organizational, and societal change. With deeper awareness comes action, accountability, and support within our homes, churches, and workplaces to create a “New Normal”—beyond #MeToo.


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TWO What Was That All About?
Whats Harassment Abuse and Assault
FOUR So Whats the Big Deal?
Whats Changed?
Old Normal
Old Normal
The Culture War on Women
TWELVE How Do We Enact Change?
THIRTEENTaking Ownership of Responsibility to Change
FOURTEEN Creating Safe Cultures for Women
FIFTEEN Marketplace Support
SIXTEEN Powerful Nonviolence
SEVENTEEN Intrepid Survivors
EIGHTEEN Hope for New Normal

The Culture War on Women
ELEVEN What Must Change to Create a New Normal?

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