Rape culture is a culture in which sexual violence is treated as the norm and projects blame for sexual assaults on the victims’ behavior, appearance, or profession while exempting or excusing perpetrators of assault from accountability for the violence they’ve inflicted and and harm they’ve caused. The #metoo movement helped to amplify the voices of women who have experienced sexual assault and spotlight the work being done by the ‘me too’ non-profit organization. The movement operates with a goal to disrupt rape culture, and promote healing, particlarly for Black women and girls. Yet rape culture is continuously promoted in music, films and on television while being served up as hip hop or humor. Many conversations about Cosby’s release highlight rape culture as something society continues to grapple with. Dr. Mari Morales-Williams, a healing justice advocate for Straight Ahead, and co-founder of Educators for Consent Culture, has been working to raise awareness about consent culture.