A Week In Our Shoes: Sing A Little Louder

From Hollaback! HQ

Knock, knock. Who’s there? FRIDAY!!!! This means cheers to an awesome weekend and Hollaback updates of course, to get us through the weekend. In this week’s edition of “A Week In Our Shoes”, we are stirring in some Hollaback! sugar, spice and everything Hollaback! into your pot to alleviate your fear of missing out. Here’s what we got cookin up for you today. We at Hollaback! are proud to announce that we’ve partnered with Asian Americans Advancing Justice ( AAJC) to offer everyone free unique training sessions on “Bystander Intervention to Stop Anti-Asian/American and Xenophobic Harassment”. Did we say sessions? Oh, yeah! We are catering to your every need next week. Through this partnership we will be hosting three (3) training sessions on: April 7th, 3 PM ET; April 8th, 7 PM ET and last but not least, April 9th at 2:30 PM ET. We`re always working to make a difference in the world. Join us in this fight by registering for these upcoming events by clicking the link below: https://www.ihollaback.org/bystanderintervention/

Around The World

Detroit

All virtual hands on deck!  Hollaback! Detroit needs your help. Lend a helping hand for the upcoming International Anti-Street Harassment Week by answering this question. “What digital ideas do y’all have for how we can recognize Anti-Street Harassment Week?” Feel free to drop your comments under the “Int`l Anti-Street Harassment Week” post @hollabackdetroit on Instagram and Facebook. Can`t wait to see what you come up with!!!

The Bahamas

Here is a word from Hollaback! Bahamas. “Quarantines, curfews, and shutdowns are all necessary parts of the response to the #COVID19 crisis, but we need #FeministPolicy to ensure it works for everyone. Women, girls, LGBT+ people, people experiencing poverty, people with disabilities, unhoused people, and migrants all need to be specifically considered to ensure they are not further marginalized by the decisions being made. Please read, endorse, and share the call for states to implement feminist policy.” Please read, endorse, and share the call for states to implement feminist policy. Feel free to check out the following link:  http://tiny.cc/feministstatement

Catch you in our next issue of A Week In Our Shoes!

Asha, WIOS Editor

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