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On the 28th day of our 31 days of HOLLA, we’re highlight the amazing work of team Hollaback! South Africa!
This year Hollaback! South Africa’s site leader spoke about street harassment in South African Cosmopolitan Magazine. Whoa!
Show Hollaback! South Africa your support on their site at http://
On the 27th day of HOLLA, the spotlight is on team Hollaback! Kathmandu!
This year, Hollaback! Kathmandu site leader Supriya had a piece on street harassment published in Navyaata Magazine. Amazing!
On the 26th day of our 31 days of HOLLA, we’re turning the spotlight on Hollaback! Philly.
2013 has been an amazing year for Hollaback! Philly. In early April, Hollaback! Philly’s anti-street harassment ads went up in the Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority (SEPTA) trains all over the city. On May 25th, Hollaback! Philly celebrated the launch of their comic book, Hollaback: Red, Yellow, Blue, which you should check out right now! And, just this November, Hollaback! Philly held a public hearing on street harassment with city council!
Way to go team Hollaback! Philly! Show them your support on the 26th day of HOLLA at http://philly.ihollaback.org/
It’s the 25th day of our 31 days of HOLLA and today we’re looking at team Hollaback! Chandigarh.
On March 15th, Hollaback! Chandigarh organized the first ever Queer Pride March in the city, bringing out over 200 supporters. It was the first time LGBTQIA issues were addressed publicly in Chandigarh. On May 2nd, one of the site leaders, Rubina, was featured in Femina, an extremely well-known national magazine in India, chronicling her success as a Site Leader for Hollaback!
To learn more about Hollaback! Chandigarh, check out their profile in Hollaback!’s 2013 State of the Streets Report.
Go Hollaback! Chandigarh! To support Hollaback! Chandigarh, check out their site at http://chd.ihollaback.org/
On the 24th day of HOLLA, the spotlight is on team Hollaback! Belfast!
The team continues to astound us: participating in Human Rights Week, partnering with Here NI, and producing a brilliant poster series.
Way to go Belfast! We can’t wait to see what the new year holds!
Show Hollaback! Belfast your support at http://belfast.ihollaback.org/
On the 23rd day of HOLLA, we’re heading up to the chilly East Coast and highlighting team Hollaback! Halifax!
Hollaback! Halifax has been unstoppable this year, from participating in Take Back the Campus and Halifax Pride Parade to their Chalk Walk in the Halifax Commons.
Way to go Hollaback! Halifax! To show them some serious support, check out their site at http://halifax.ihollaback.org/
It’s the 22nd day of our 31 days of HOLLA campaign and today we are looking at one of our recently launched sites, Hollaback! ULU (University of London Union)!
Hollaback! ULU just launched, but they’ve already generated amazing research, publishing “Cross Campus Sexual Harassment Research,” which you can read here!
Great job team Hollaback! ULU! Show your support for Hollaback! ULU on their site at http://ulu.ihollaback.org/
It’s the 21st day of HOLLA and today we’re looking at the amazing work of team Hollaback! Melbourne!
This week, the team celebrated Melbourne’s HOLLAdays in style, holding an open meeting on December 10th with a great turnout!
Show your support to Hollaback! Melbourne by visiting their site at http://
It’s the 19th day of our 31 days of HOLLA and today we’re looking at one of our recently launched sites, Hollaback! Muncie!
Hollaback! Muncie just launched this December and they’ve hit the ground running. Just this December 9th, Hollaback! Muncie held a successful anti-street harassment walk…in -15 degree windchill. Whew!
Show some support for the newly launched Hollaback! Muncie on their site at http://
It’s the 18th day of our 31 days of HOLLA and we’re looking at Hollaback! NYC!
Along with Interns Sarah, Maya, and Stacy, Hollaback! NYC published “Harassment Is” – an intersectional approach to street harassment. Check it out here:http://www.ihollaback.org/
Show some support for our NYC Hollaback! site at http://nyc.ihollaback.org/