how it began

On Monday, August 8th, 2016 Wagatwe Wanjuki did her first Facebook Live stream. She explained what her once-beloved Tufts sweatshirt meant to her now that she feels betrayed by the school, and demanded that Tufts acknowledge its failures and the harm it's caused her. She ended the video with an invitation to other survivors and allies to join the #JustSaySorry movement. The following day, Kamilah followed suit, setting fired to her Harvard sweatpants and sharing the inspiration and purpose behind her actions in an essay published that same day.

And that was just the beginning! Wagatwe and Kamilah will continue to burn items representing institutional betrayal every week, reiterating their demands that Tufts, Harvard, and all schools recognize and apologize to survivors of campus sexual violence who they've let down. 

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