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This curriculum provides easy-to-use 25 and 45 minute lesson plans that will help your students start a conversation around the issue of street harassment. The lesson plans correspond with short vlogs that answer some very basic questions including, ‘what is street harassment?’ and ‘how should I respond?’.
Check out the full curriculum here!
This guide is geared toward teachers, guidance counselors, parents and other educators in New York City who want to address the issue of street harassment amongst middle and high school aged students.
Want to spread the word around your school and community? Download a free Hollaback! School Action Pack today, including posters, pamphlets, and a full version of “Holla 101: An Educator’s Guide to Street Harassment.”
HOLLA 101: An Educator’s Guide to Street Harassment
On October 15th, Hollaback! launched our “Harassment Is: An exploration of identity and street harassment”. Using stories from the Hollaback! sites, the guide invites the reader to practice recognizing how people’s identities and oppressions overlap and how that can affect how they walk down the street.
Take some time to read through our “Harassment Is: An exploration of identity and street harassment” text below!
Want to read “Harassment Is” offline? Download the printable version here. Have any great ideas or projects on intersectionality and street harassment? We want to hear from you! Tag your stories on ihollaback.org with #harassmentis, participate in the tweet up on October 17th, join in our chalk walks, or send us an email at [email protected] The revolution begins with you sharing your story.
Deputy Director Debjani Roy (June, 2013)
The purpose of this guide is to provide information and resources to unions, members assistance programs (MAP), employers, including human resources departments, employee assistance programs (EAP) and service providers regarding support and assistance they can offer to their staff, union members and clients who have reported experiences of street harassment.
This guide will provide employers, unions and service providers with the following: