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Feb 24 – Hollaback Offline Coffee Chat – February 2016 In 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
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 6 – Street 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