Events

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Upcoming Events:

Ongoing Online Campaigns HOLLA World-Wide (We want your submissions! Get creative!)

Harassment Is – Blog, vlog, tweet, post, or email your story of what #harassmentis, and how it’s different for you because of your visible and non-visible identities. Check out the report that set it off, “Harassment Is: An exploration of identity and street harassment” inviting you to practice recognizing how people’s identities and oppressions overlap and how that can affect how they walk down the street.

“Dear John,” Letters to Street Harassers – Wish you could have responded more thoroughly? Here’s your chance.

Cats Against Catcalling – They’re really just not into it.

We Chalk Walk – It’s super easy to reclaim your space and holla back with chalk.

Said No One Ever – Great example: “It really put a spring in my step when a car load of men asked to see my breasts. Said no one ever.”

 

 

Previous Events in 2016

Feb 6Street Harassment 101 – North Ave Knowledge Exchange As part of the 2016 North Ave Knowledge Exchange, join Hollaback! Baltimore co-director Brittany Oliver for an open discussion on street harassment, best practices to confront it and ways to feel empowered to make your community a safer place to be you.


Time: 12 – 1 PM
Location: Maryland Institute College of Art, Lazarus Center, 131 W. North Avenue, L109 on 1st floor

Feb 23RALLY for police accountability! Last December, we held “Gender and Police Harassment“, a talk exploring the relationship between police harassment and gender/sexual identity with the Leaders of a Beautiful Struggle. We’re joining them on February 23 to advocate for police reform! Because women and genderqueer people are impacted too. Join us!

Feb 24February Coffee ChatIn February, we’re showing some love at Teavolve Cafe & Lounge for our monthly coffee chat. Come meet the folks at Hollaback! and chat with us about your street harassment experiences and ways on how we all (men included) can work to make our community a safer space.

We will be at Teavolve Cafe & Lounge at 1401 Aliceanna St from 6-8PM

March 7 – Street Harassment Workshop at the UMD Law. Sponsored by the Women’s Bar Association’s Student Chapter, Students Supporting the Women’s Law Center and Black Law Students Association.

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March 11 Singles for Social Justice Mixer – Ready to create chemistry and change the world at the same time? Tired of explaining intersectional feminism, Black Lives Matter or white privilege on your first dates? Join us at this conscious dating mixer meant to connect liked minded souls. Location:Pen & Quill at 1701 N Charles St from 5-7 PM.

March 23 – “Safe Spaces: Where Do Women Hollaback?” talk at the Global Women’s Institute.

Apr 10 – 16Anti-Street Harassment Awareness Week! We’re celebrating Meet Us On The Street: International Anti-Street Harassment Week by joining activists around the world during this week to demand an end to street harassment in Baltimore.

April 16Anti-Street Harassment Week Rally in Baltimore! As part of 2016 Anti-Street Harassment Week, we’re rallying to celebrate an end to street harassment. Bring signs and noise makers! Meet us
at the YNOT Lot at 4 W North Ave from 2 – 4 PM.

Hosted by Collective Action for Safe Spaces and Hollaback! Bmore.

May 25Hollaback! Offline Coffee Chat – May 2016 Need an excuse to get off the Internet and actually chat with real human beings? Well, this is it! Meet us at 3 Bean Coffee for specialty coffee drinks.

3 Bean Coffee is at 209 Key Hwy from 5:30-7:30 PM.

Jun 13Candlelight Vigil for Orlando Hollaback Bmore is saddened to hear of the tragedy in Orlando, Florida. We send our love and thoughts to everyone there and here in our city. On Monday June 13, please join us for a candlelight vigil held by the Glccb in honor of the 50+ victims taken. Gun violence must end.

The event will be held at The Ynot Lot at 4 W North Ave from 7-9 PM

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