Meet Rubina Singh, site leader in Chandigarh, India. Interview conducted by Rita Beth. When did you start your holla? August 2011 Why did you start a HOLLA and what does Hollaback! mean to you? Street harassment had become a daily reality for me. I was tired and had no idea what to do about … Continued
Hey Hollas! We are less than a month away from Anti-Street Harassment Week, April 7-13. Mark your calendars! Here’s what we’ve been up to this week: ADVOCACY! We met with Councilmembers Levin, Palma, Lander, and Ferreras and their staffers to discuss our legislative agenda in New York City for FY13-14. LEADERSHIP! We met with Hollaback … Continued
Thanks to Erin Jill for another great video!
Interview conducted by Lauren Bedosky. When did you start your holla? In October, 2011. Why start a HOLLA and what does Hollaback mean to you? Street harassment is a real problem in Bogotá, and in Colombia in general. We wanted to make people aware of this problem. We thought that starting a Holla was … Continued
I moved to a new town last summer and met a boy on my swim team. Although he appeared nice at first, I was soon informed thay he was a little “off.” I soon understood what this met. Even when I told him I was busy he would not stop texting me, and although he … Continued
Brought to you by Hollaback! Boston Sidewalk chalking is a fun, safe, and super easy way to bring awareness to street harassment. Chalking allows you to create slogans, quotes, or drawings that can be displayed on sidewalks or walls in public spaces. The cool thing about chalking is that you can do it with just one … Continued
Make a Woman Smile from Kara Lieff on Vimeo.
Thanks to Erin Jill for making this and sending it along to us!
Howdy, Hollas! Happy International Women’s Day! I’m sending all the women and supporters-of-women much love today. I hope you are all celebrating and holla’ing with full hearts and voices on this very awesome day. Here’s what we’ve been up to this week at the mothership: Our board member Allison Sesso represented us at the Women’s Equality … Continued