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Tarana Burke Has the Best Advice for Workplace Rejection

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has many titles to her name: activist, mother of the #MeToo movement, senior director of , a grassroots organization “committed to the physical, psychological, social, and economic development of girls and women,” and now: author.

On September 14, Burke's debut memoir,  was released. “I feel like I took my diary and wrapped it in a really pretty cover,” Burke tells Glamour of the memoir.Though putting her life to paper was no easy feat, Burke had a secret weapon: a collection of journals she kept, going all the way back to middle school.

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