WAH-NAILS in London runs HollabackLDN, and posted this on their blog this morning. My favorite part? The “we are everyone, we are everywhere” banners on the sides. With new Hollabacks popping up left and right, this isn’t just wishful thinking.
As you know by now, HollabackNYC was developed in 2005 by a group of young adults. In 2010, I became executive director of Hollaback! and the project transformed from a series of local blogs into an international organization. Now, the Hollaback! is looking to hand the management of the NYC website to a group of … Continued
This is written by Anna, who plans to start a Hollaback in France! I’m very sorry for what happened to Sabriya. I’m a French woman who has lived one year in New York City. I don’t live in Paris, but I have to say that I’ve felt much more relax and safe during my staying … Continued
We are proud to welcome HollabackPGH to the scene! HollabackPGH is run by two smart, energetic, and dynamic organizers. In their introductory post they wrote: “We hope that one day, everyone will be free from street harassment, whether it stems from your gender, race, sexual orientation, or anything else. We dream of a world where … Continued
I’m a New Yorker living in France and I was wondering if you had any information/statistics/articles on street harassment in France. The reason I’m inquiring is because, yes, obviously as a woman (of color) I’ve experienced this type of thing everywhere, but I’ve seriously never experienced it to the degree that I do in France … Continued
Here is the response I got from the USPS regarding the harassment that took place. The woman took this very important matter seriously and handled it effectively like it should be. Below is their response. September 14, 2010 Dear xxxxx, This letter is in response to your Officer Inspector General inquiry dated September 7, 2010 … Continued