In just the three years since millions said “me too,” over 230 bills have been introduced in the states to strengthen protections against workplace harassment and a remarkable 19 states have enacted new protections. Policymakers at the state and local level are also increasingly working to address harassment in schools, especially as the U.S. Department of Education rolled back protections for student survivors. And, pushed by students, many school districts and higher education institutions are adopting policies to continue supporting student survivors despite the Department’s harmful new Title IX rule. But there is still much work to be done. Nineteen states is not enough and many new reforms need to be strengthened. Survivors have a key role to play in making the change we need.