Appalachian Ohio, Athens GA, Atlanta, Berkeley, Baltimore, Boston, Chicago, Cleveland, Columbia MO, Columbus, Des Moines, Durham & Chapel Hill, East Lansing, Fredericksburgh VA, Houston, Los Angeles, Muncie IN, New York City, NYU, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Plattsburgh, Richmond VA, San Francisco, Tucson, Twin Cities
These visionaries are committed to ending street harassment and violence against women, and we are proud to work with them.
Resist Harassment Lebanon, Lebanon
The Line Campaign, US-based
objecDEFY Harassment, Jordan
Blank Noise Project, India
RightRides for Women’s Safety, New York City
Stop Street Harassment, DC-based with an international focus
Girls for Gender Equity, New York City
Students Active For Ending Rape (SAFER), US-based
Incite! Women of Color Against Violence, US-based
Brooklyn Movement Center, New York City
Man Up Campaign, International focus
Bklyn Boihood, New York City
Men Can Stop Rape, International focus
Know of other organizations or groups committed to ending street harassment? Tell us at [email protected]! We’d love to connect with them.
You are worth fighting for. We just hope you never have to.
Rape Aggression Defense System (RAD) offers 9-12 hour introductory and advanced courses for women, men, and kids in the U.S., Canada, the UK, Switzerland, and South Korea. Find a RAD course in your city.
Impact Personal Safety programs assert that good communication skills are the foundation of personal safety and well-being, and offer self defense classes that encompass verbal strategies, awareness skills, and physical assailant defense in the Los Angeles and Hollywood, CA area.
Girls’ LEAP Self-Defense, a Boston-based nonprofit that teaches girls physical self-defense, along with conflict resolution, anger management, healthy relationships and advocacy, offers courses in the Boston metropolitan area.
Center for Anti-Violence Education, a New York City based nonprofit, offers a range of classes that are designed to develop participants’ skills, knowledge, and awareness to enable them to heal from, prevent, and counter violence.
And check out the Girls Fight Back website for a list of other self defense programs as well.