Category: The Movement

Street Harassment Bingo: The only game where everyone loses!

If you’re not getting an ample supply of street harassment during your commute, while biking, while walking, while shopping, eating, praying, loving, or just generally breathing, then print out this new game from Scary Godmother and enjoy round-the-clock misogyny. Wait, what’s that? You already do? Well maybe you’ll just have to send this link to … Continued

THIS WEEK IN STREET HARASSMENT…

After a short hiatus, ‘this week in street harassment’ is back with a whole bunch of updates. First of all, we have two internship opportunities for anyone who is interested in getting more involved in the movement to end street harassment: Hollaback!NYC is looking for a Policy, Research and Development Intern to join our team … Continued

BACK UP! Trailer to new anti-harassment documentary

BACK UP! concrete diaries trailer (2 min) from Monique Hazeur on Vimeo.   Our amazing volunteer Avital tracked down Monique Hazeur, who is in the process of developing a new documentary on street harassment! We couldn’t be more pleased. From their site: “This is the official trailer for the feature length documentary that explores how … Continued

Want to join the Hollaback team?

We are seeking a Policy, Research, and Development Intern to join our dynamic team of volunteers. Responsibilities include: Take the lead in coordinating Hollaback’s work with New Yorkers for Safe Transit, which will include attending monthly meetings, developing testimony, and meeting with legislators. Research and identify potential individual donors, board members, or high profile engaged … Continued

Fan Mail that Fuels Us

As many of you know, we are an all-volunteer team that work long hours above and beyond our regular jobs to make Hollaback happen. We are inspired and invigorated by each and every post that comes in, and we respond personally to all the fan mail. The letter below was too honest, too beautiful, and … Continued

THIS WEEK IN STREET HARASSMENT…

Nothing ruins a bike ride on a gorgeous summer day like creeps making sexual comments from the sidewalk. Harriet Walker discusses harassment and biking in London, and wonders why biking seems to draw harassers like a magnet. Gawker posts their own hollaback, entitled “Have you seen this masturbating gentleman?” The amazing Holly Kearl has an … Continued