Category: Announcement

Now Hiring Summer Interns

We’re looking for two interns to join us this summer to work on Hollaback! communications and our The People’s Supper program! Join us at our downtown Brooklyn office and help us magnify our impact as we work to end harassment in public spaces. Both positions run through August and the estimated time commitment will be … Continued

We’re Hiring!

Hollaback! HQ in Brooklyn is currently hiring for three positions! Join our team as #100Days100Dinners Program Evaluator, #100Days100Dinners Part-Time Program Coordinator, or Bystander Intervention Part-Time Program Coordinator. All positions are open until filled. Apply today!                              

We’re Hiring! #100Days100Dinners and Bystander Intervention Part-Time Program Coordinators!

We’re Hiring! We work to build safe, inclusive public spaces by transforming the culture that perpetuates discrimination and violence. After the breach in our interpersonal relationships that occurred with the 2016 presidential election, through our #100Days100Dinners program we are inviting people to convene potluck dinners to create replenishing and healing spaces that thicken our relationships … Continued

Hollaback! and 10 National Partners Join Forces to Collect Data on Hate Incidents and Provide Services to Impacted Communities Across the U.S.

March 13, 2017 – Today, Hollaback! announced its participation in Communities Against Hate, an initiative of 11 prominent national organizations working together to address the disturbing spike in hate incidents across the United States, led by The Leadership Conference Education Fund and the Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law. As part of this initiative, the organizations are launching a database to bring visibility to hate incidents, and helping victims and organizations obtain access to legal resources and social services through a resource hotline: 1-844-9-NO-HATE or 1-844-966-4283.

Hollaback! Releases US Data on Street Harassment!

Hollaback! and Cornell University began a large-scale research survey on street harassment in 2014. The research will be released in two parts: Part I reviews data from the United States and Part II of the survey, a cross-cultural analysis of street harassment from 42 cities around the globe, will release in May. Part I, US-Specific Data, … Continued