#MeToo movement sails over Batswana

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On Sunday, October 15, 2017, actress Alyssa Milano, known for her roles in Who’s the Boss? and Charmed spawned a global social media movement to raise awareness of the rampancy of sexual assault and harassment.

She wrote on Twitter asking people to share the hashtag #MeToo with the hope that it “might give people a sense of the magnitude of the problem.”

Inspired by recent reports of sexual abuse and harassment allegations against Harvey Weinstein from numerous Hollywood actresses, by Monday evening the movement had garnered over 500,000 responses on Twitter alone according to the Hollywood Reporter.

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