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Not gonna lie. Hillary Clinton is a childhood hero of mine. When I was little, I only knew about three women who wanted to change the world. There was Susan B. Anthony, but she was way before my time. There was Mother Theresa, but I thought I liked boys too much for that path. And then, there was Hillary Clinton. I read “It Takes a Village” cover to cover when I was fourteen, and I’ve been watching and admiring ever since. Who knew, that I’d grow up to co-found a nonprofit that got funded by the AMAZING New York Women’s Foundation — and that I’d get to share a stage with Hillary Clinton.
Thank you all for your ongoing support that makes Hollaback! happen, and without further ado, updates!
We held our first safety audit in Queens! We want to thank Councilmember Ferreras and her team for partnering with us — it was a total success! Details are here.
We presented at the New York State Coalition Against Sexual Violence Conference! I kicked of the conference with a keynote about our work to end street harassment. It was their first conference in six years, and over 200 people were there. WOOT!
We’re expanding to address campus harassment! We met with students from NYU, Rutgers, and Western Carolina who are going to pilot our new campus harassment initiative. Our indiegogo campaign to support our work with campus harassment starts next week — stay tuned!
If you’re in New York, join us at our benefit show hosted by our friends at Permanent Wave next Tuesday (the 15th) and sign up to march with us in the Pride Parade on June 24th.
HOLLA and out!
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