#MeToo, Now What?

We are building a broad coalition of diverse stakeholders to work together to implement stronger corporate policies, establish better laws, and empower people to create lasting change within their own workplaces and communities

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Corporate Engagement

The Purple Campaign is working to build better companies and implement stronger workplace sexual harassment policies

Legislation & Public Policy

The Purple Campaign is working to establish better laws and advocate for stronger public sexual harassment policies

Empowerment & Action

The Purple Campaign is providing tools and resources to empower people to create lasting change in their own workplaces and communities

Corporate Certification

The Purple Campaign is developing a corporate certification program to recognize employers taking recommended steps to address workplace harassment in the wake of #MeToo.

We’re excited to partner with some of the world’s most impactful companies in our effort to create inclusive and harassment-free workplaces.

 

Our Corporate Partners

The Purple Campaign is proud to have the support of:

 
 

 Why Purple

A symbol of the women’s movement

The color purple has been a symbol of the American women’s movement since the early 1900s, when it became an official color of the National Women’s Party and the Suffragettes campaigning to gain the right to vote.

A color to represent unity

It also represents our view that sexual harassment should not be tolerated by any political party or within any industry. A diverse coalition of stakeholders now must come together to create lasting change in workplaces across America.