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You can start this year with HOLLA by donating to us – your local Baltimore chapter of Hollaback!
Join us on May 21st to try our AMAZING pizza, enjoy drink specials and meet new co-directors Brittany Oliver and Leah Michaels. 15% of everything sold that night goes to us! So come eat pizza, drink and talk about ending street harassment. We’ll discuss upcoming events and ways you can get involved. Holla’ed at? HollaBack!
The event will be held at the 133 W North Ave location from 5:30 – 7:30 PM.
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.”
Feb 9 – We Hollaback at UMBC! Join Hollaback! Baltimore co-leaders, Mel and Shawna, as they share tips and best practices in confronting street harassment when you’re trying to get to class or work or out on the town. Explore ways you can feel empowered to make your community a safer place to be you! 12:00 – 1:30 PM at the lounge in the Women’s Center (inside the UMBC Commons).
Space is limited in the Women’s Center… arrive a few minutes early to guarantee a spot for this important and awesome workshop!
Much thanks to the generosity of our co-sponsors who made this event possible: Off-Campus Student Services, Greek Life, Voices Against Violence
Feb 15 – Hollaback Offline Coffee & Chat — Feb 2015 Need an excuse to get off the damn Internet and actually chat with real human beings? Well, this is it!
Meet us at Peace & A Cup of Joe on 713 W. Pratt St. Check out their Facebook page for directions, a menu and more info.
They have coffee, pastries and a few vegan/vegetarian options. ~*We know not everyone will be able to purchase something, but it is important that we support this locally owned business for allowing us to take over the place for a couple hours.*~
We want to be in the same room with our volunteers, supporters, fellow awesome ladies, LGBTQ folks and male allies who want to end street harassment. This is a casual gathering for us to vent, share tips, swap stories, and just laugh about the ridiculousness of it all.
Brittany Oliver, new director of Hollaback! Baltimore, will join local women’s rights leaders for a discussion on feminist activism and new challenges facing our generation.
Mar 25 – Join Hollaback! Bmore and Johns Hopkins Office of LGBTQ Life for a workshop on street harassment as part of Women’s History Month. The workshop will be held at Johns Hopkins University, Homewood Campus from 6-8 PM.
Mar 26 – Social Justice Happy Hour, with Hollaback! Join the Red Emma’s collective and local organizers for an evening of drink specials & networking. Red Emma’s Bookstore Coffeehouse is at 30 W North Ave and will be held from 5-7 PM.
Mar 26 – Women’s History Month event at Towson University! We’ll be speaking on a panel regarding street harassment and how it connects to the larger issue of gender-based violence. The panel will be held at UU Potomac Lounge at 8000 York Rd at 7 PM.
Malcolm X Talks is a monthly series of seminars and workshops that center on teaching the Baltimore community about the Black experience and using it as a resource for nation building in the 21st Century. Through this discussion, we hope to educate the community and empathize importance of how gender, race, class, sexual orientation, religion and other axes of identity cannot be examined separately from one another. Panelists and Moderator to be posted soon.
Apr 11 – Anti-Street Harassment Photo Campaign Join us at the Monument Quilt Headquarters to get your photo taken in honor of Meet Us On The Street: International Anti-Street Harassment Week, April 12 – 18.
We will provide a dry erase board for each person to write a quote of something that has been yelled/cat-called at you on the street. You’ll hold up your sign, we’ll snap a pic, and all the photos will be shared in a campaign on our Facebook and Twitter pages during ASHW. Location: 1400 Greenmount Ave, 1 – 4 PM
Photos will be taken on the street around the studio. People of color encouraged to participate.
Apr 12 to 18 – Anti-Street Harassment Week! We’re already thinking about how we want to raise awareness this year, but we would LOVE to hear from you! Any ideas? Email us at [email protected]
Apr 16 – UMBC’s Take Back the Night 2015 In recognition of Sexual Assault Awareness Month, join the Women’s Center on Commons Main Street Thursday, April 16th and let’s take back the night!!
Events and activities include:
– Community Resource Fair (begins at 6pm)
– Clothesline Project
– Survivor Speak Out Forum (begins at 6:30pm)
– March Against Sexual Violence
-FORCE Monument Quilt Making Opportunity and other art activism projects
The event will be held at the Women’s Center at UMBC 1000 Hilltop Circle, Commons 004 at 6 PM.