Tag: The Movement

Great Blog Post from Hollaback! Baltimore Co-Director

Mel Keller, co-director at Hollaback! Baltimore, wrote a great piece for their blog about her experience being a woman of color and Hollaback! leader in light of the viral street harassment video and reactions to it. Cross-posted from Hollaback! Bmore. On Being a Woman of Color Leader in Hollaback & the Viral Video: A Note from … Continued

The Push for a Harassment-Free Comic Con

The awesome folks at Hollaback! Philly are pushing for change at Comic Con. They want to see a more substantial harassment policy, and they want it to be  more visible. A year ago this week, as the city approached the height of the Bob Filner scandal, the issue of sexual harassment was inescapable. So it’s … Continued

HOLLA:: Revolution Photos

A few photos from the HOLLA::Revolution event last week.    Our MC, the awesome and hilarious Sally Kohn   W. Kamau Bell talked about what it’s like to be married to  a white woman with a bi-racial child   Dr. Karla Jay shared a great story about the Ogle-In, a response to street harassment in … Continued

HOLLA::Revolution is less than a week away!!

We’re super excited about this year’s HOLLA::Revolution, as our site director will be attending in-person in NYC. If you’ll be in the area and would like to attend you can get your tickets here. If you’re not  in NYC we’ll be posting a link to the livestream soon, so stay tuned! Here’s a list of … Continued

Holla::Revolution, Hollaback! Chapters Hard at Work

Recap of Holla::Revolution and update on the great work that Hollaback! chapters are doing from  http://www.ihollaback.org: Check out the press from HOLLA::Revolution: Stop Street Harassment has a recap, as does The Source. Hollaback also gets mentions in this Daily Beast piece, this post on Vitamin W, and Michael Urbina’s list of 101 ways that men can be allies to women. Here’s #hollarev’s … Continued