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“The Ugly Truth” – Letter to Amanda Todd

Hi Team Hollaback, You may have read the recent news articles on CBC.CA regarding Amanda Todd, a young girl who lived in British Columbia, Canada. This 15 year old was bullied to death after an older male convinced her to flash her breasts while she was on SKYPE with him. He told her she was beautiful and … Continued

Help a Holla Out: Donate to Our Campaign Today!

Hollaback! has until midnight tonight to raise 1,500 to bring our site leaders to NYC for #hollarev, the first ever speaker series and workshop retreat on street harassment!  Please support our campaign today!  $10 shows our site leaders that you have their back! We’ve created thank you videos for all of our amazing donors.  Check … Continued

Week In Our Shoes: International Anti-Street Harassment Week Edition!

Hello Hollabackers! It’s International Anti-Street Harassment Week and HOLLAs have been busy. CHECK OUT ALL THIS AWESOMENESS THAT HAS BEEN GOING ON THIS WEEK. This week, Hollaback! was featured in Athens News (twice!), Philly Mag, The Daily Beast, Frequency, Youth + Tech + Health, The New York Times’ City Room, The TJ Show, Metro News, The Post, Witness Blog, … Continued

Tweet-up today on race and street harassment: #harassmentis

We’re so excited for our tweetup today! It starts at 1pm EST, please use the #harassmentis hashtag. Our ALL-STAR list of panelists include: Soraya Chemaly @schemaly Patricia Valoy @Besito86 Jamia A. Wilson @jamiaw Jennifer L. Pozner @jennpozner Hollaback Boston @hollabackboston Tatyana Fazlalizadeh (Stop Telling Women to Smile) @fazlalizadeh Joneka Percentie (SPARK) @jpercentie. Courtney Young @cocacy … Continued

Week In Our Shoes: HOLLA Is Where The Heart Is Edition

Hello Hollabackers!  This week, our Executive Director, Emily May, was named an Ashoka Fellow!! Such a great honor. Check out this awesome video introducing her as an Ashoka Fellow, talking about Hollaback! and our work to end street harassment. Congrats Emily!! Also, Hollaback! launched the FIRST EVER Educator’s Guide to Street Harassment. The guide is geared toward teachers, … Continued