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HOLLA ON THE GO: Ignored and then shouted at

I wanted to try this new hair store on White Plains Road. The clerk ignored me when I tried to get his attention to pay. I told him I would go to a place that respected cash paying customers, while putting his stuff on top of other products to leave. He jumped from the counter … Continued

HOLLA ON THE GO: Holla’d back at the drug store

I was in line at the drug store waiting to get a prescription. A guy sitting in the chair made some gross noise and then said something about me having a great ass. I turned to him and said that it was really disrespectful and rude and how would he like it if someone treated … Continued

HOLLA ON THE GO: Walking home from the bike share

Was walking home from the bike share in Ledriot Park around 10 or 11pm. I was in the street because I feel like that’s a safer place to walk in that neighborhood instead of the dark sidewalks. A guy drove by and stopped and said said something about how sexy I was and I told … Continued

HOLLA ON THE GO: “Seriously?”

I was walking home from work near the shaw metro and three guys walked towards me, one of them saying “girl when you gonna stop playing and show me that pussy” I have no idea if I’ve ever seen these guys before and I didn’t get a good look to avoid them in the future, … Continued

A week in our shoes: AROUND THE WORLD

Dear Hollabackers — Here’s what happened this week around the world: Hollaback! Baltimore posted a video of their confrontation with a harasser at their amazing PROCLAIM NO SHAME! event this past weekend. Way to hollaback, Bmore! Hollaback! Appalachian Ohio did a workshop with the women at the Southeast Ohio Regional Jail and had a woman … Continued

Questions about our NYC app? The FAQ is here.

Hollaback! is proud to work with the New York Council to empower the public to take direct action in the face of all forms of street harassment and make their complaints count. This week we relaunched our apps in New York City, allowing users to report street harassment and bystander intervention to Hollaback!, and, if … Continued

Press Release: HOLLABACK! LAUNCHES NEW APP FOR REAL-TIME REPORTING OF STREET HARASSMENT AND VIOLENCE TO CITY OFFICIALS

App Will Provide New Yorkers the Opportunity to Immediately Report Harassment and City to Identify Possible Trouble Spots That Welcome Crime, Such as Dark Streets and Areas in Need of Repair (August 19, 2013) – Emily May, Executive Director of Hollaback! was joined by Speaker Christine Quinn, her wife Kim Catullo, and Council Member Diana … Continued