Tag Archives: Hollaback

Two thirds of US college students have been harassed on campus

Tweet That’s according to a survey of college students and school administrators commissioned by  the anti-street harassment group Hollaback! Here are some more facts from the study…  Tweet
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The Hollaback! Revolution WILL be televised

Tweet Art by Tatayana Fazlalizadeh Today, Hollaback!, which describes itself as “a non-profit and movement to end street harassment powered by local activists in 64 cities and 22 countries,” is hosting the first  ever international speakers series on combatting street harassment in New York City.   Leading thinkers and activists will give talks and performances [...]
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Lesson #4: The revolution will only be funded by the people who want revolution. These people won’t have much money.

TweetEditor’s note: To close out Women’s History Month we are running this series of guest posts from Emily May and Samuel Carter, co-founders of Hollaback, as they reflect on taking an idea and moving it to action, the best practices they have learned along the way and documenting for us that feminist history is happening right now.  One of the magic aspects [...]
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Lesson #3: Strong-ties and warm-fuzzy feelings are essential

TweetEditor’s note: To close out Women’s history month we are running this series of guest posts from Emily May and Samuel Carter co-founders of Hollaback as they reflect on taking an idea and moving it to action, the best practices they have learned along the way and documenting for us that feminist history is happening right now.  When Malcolm Gladwell wrote “The [...]
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Lesson #1: You must have confidence—a belief in your gut—that you can really change culture.

TweetEditor’s note: To close out Women’s history month we are running this series of guest posts from Emily May and Samuel Carter co-founders of Hollaback as they reflect on taking an idea and moving it to action, the best practices they have learned along the way and documenting for us that feminist history is happening right now.  After we launched, the stories [...]
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