Me Too Movement founder Tarana Burke took another step toward reclaiming the movement’s narrative yesterday (January 28) with the release of a series of public service announcements at the Sundance Film Festival. She discussed on these Survivor Stories on Twitter

“What has become painfully clear is that the world doesn’t really understand the life cycle of a survivor,” Burke told the Los Angeles Times. “The PSA [series] is a great way to help people get rid of any preconceived notions and understand what survivors are actually feeling and thinking.”

In the series, four survivors of sexual violence—Emily Waters, Daniela ContrerasTerry Crews and an anonymous speaker—narrate their stories of healing from their trauma. Burke told the Times that she chose the storytellers to represent the breadth of survivorship across genders, races, ages and power dynamics.

Visit Me Too Movement’s YouTube page to watch the PSAs.