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MeToo Movement
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                                ▲ Swarupa Rudraju, Master’s Student, Graduate School of Business

    I think #MeToo movement has affected our society. People who were silent about this offence are now coming forward and accepting the truth of the matter. It is good that they finally found this movement as a platform where they can speak about their experiences and help others who might have just gone through a similar incident. In response to this movement, it is good to have awareness programs and influencers from various industries stand up for this cause. Hence it has had a positive impact no matter how small that impact may seem to be as of now. The reason is because now there are people who can openly help those in such situations. I believe that change comes in small ways and then grows larger.

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