Videos

A WEEK IN OUR SHOES: UNWINDING MAY

Hi Hollas!!! Can you believe how fast May is flying by? Although, the month is unwinding, we still have exciting news to share! Here’s what we’ve  been up to… FROM THE HOLLABACK! HEADQUARTERS Our Program Manager Mikaela attended a panel representing Hollaback!, where they sat on the panel with Dr. Tamura Lomax. The panel was on … Continued

A WEEK IN OUR SHOES: Our Activism Over the Past Two Weeks

Happy Friday Hollas! We’ve been working hard for you over the last two weeks in the office and around the world. Here’s a quick overview of some of the amazing activism that we’re involved in right now. FROM THE HOLLABACK! HEADQUARTERS  In AM NEW YORK news article, “Fighting Harassment in the Workplace will Require New Policies for all NYC … Continued

A WEEK IN OUR SHOES

Happy Friday Hollas! It’s April already, Sexual Assault Awareness Month #SAAM and many of us have begun our month facilitating or participating in events for the Anti-Street Harassment Week (April 8-14). While, at the Hollaback! HQ we’ve  been working hard to end harassment. Since last time, we’ve established a ROAR for Good partnership, along with testifying for … Continued

HOLLA ON THE GO: “I want all women…”

Hi, my name is Judy and I want all women to be very very careful of all professional [doctors] out there in today’s society. Approximately 15 yrs ago I was seeing a private psychologist in a small town of which I will not name; I am so ashamed. Anyway, I used to see this particular doctor once … Continued

HOLLA ON THE GO: “I chose to take…”

I chose to take the short [way] through the alley cause another person took the turn into the alley. I passed this person in the alley on my way home and he said, “What’s going on babe?”. [got_back]

HOLLA ON THE GO: “While on a job interview…”

While on a job interview 21 years ago with the chairman of my company, I believe I was drugged and assaulted in his hotel room in NY. My memory of this incident just came back to me in December of 2017, triggered by all the #MeToo accusations that were all over the news. I can … Continued

HOLLA ON THE GO: “I am still very very angry…”

Today is Monday, September 17 and I slept well, however, I am still very very angry at my whole situation. Last night, tons of stupid men came by our window all night. Today, and for several days, I do plan to simply HIDE from them that’s what they have refused me too I can’t even take … Continued

HOLLA ON THE GO: “Working at Sears…”

Although my local Sears shut down on September 2nd, 2018, I have a duty to report the sexual advances of an elderly Catholic priest. I was working at my jewelry counter when he snatched my arm and pulled me close, telling me how young and beautiful I was as he rubbed my arm. Stay safe, … Continued

HOLLA ON THE GO: “I was walking home from work…”

I was walking home from work, and I saw a man walking towards me a few blocks ahead. I had an uneasy feeling, so I crossed the street. When the man “met” me, he shouted to me across the street “ma’am?” And so I said “yeah?” And he said, “I got a question for you.” … Continued

HOLLA ON THE GO: “I am a 15-year-old girl…”

I am a 15-year-old girl living in New York City. Ever since age 12 (perhaps earlier), I have been subjected to verbal and even some physical harassment from men of all ages on the streets of my home city. I had become accustomed to this usual treatment for perhaps 3 years or more now. Daily … Continued

HOLLA ON THE GO: “I was getting my driver’s license…”

I was getting my driver’s license test when the officer that was giving me the test forced me to watch explicit videos and threatened to not to give me my driver’s license. To see the story, you can go to KCCI news Channel 8 Des Moines Iowa. [The business] is not taking responsibility for their workers’s actions; … Continued

HOLLA ON THE GO: “I was walking up a side street…”

I was walking up a side street and they said “can I buy your dog, baby?” from this big black SUV. I ignored the first time. Said no the second time. They did a slow u-turn, like an afterthought, and followed me onto the main street. They repeated the question and pulled up slowly next … Continued