Multimedia

We’re always accepting submissions for Hollaback Bmore! inspired videos/art/music/prose/etc,  just email us at [email protected]

 

Watch Shawna and Mel from Hollaback! Baltimore outline our Safer Spaces Campaign. Filmed at HOLLA::Revolution 2014.

 

We just celebrated 3 years of fighting street harassment! Check out this video summary of our event:

 

Check out how Erricka Wonder Voice Bridgeford helped us PROCLAIM NO SHAME in the summer of 2013!

 

This summer the Baltimore Art + Justice Project interviewed different Baltimore based groups for their Continuum of Impact Video Series, including Shawna from Hollaback! Baltimore. Their goal is to discuss how art and social justice work together and influence each other. Visit: www.artplusjustice.org to learn more, but check out the trailer for the project here:

 

Check out some of the Hollaback! Bmore team members in this PSA video about being an ally to our Transgender community!

 

Here’s the Maryland Black Family Alliance showing their support for the local transgender community. We’re so proud to be a part of this PSA series promoting Trans-Awareness!

 

When Rain Pryor walks down the street, you better show her some respect.

 

Hollaback! Baltimore joined the girls from St. Francis Community Center in a water balloon fight against “street harassers” – what better way to get our your frustration in the summer?!

 

Download and post a Hollaback! cover for your facebook page (seven to choose from). Big thanks to Sarah Foye for making these!

 

 

Baltimore site leader Shawna interviews Jackie from ObjecDEFY – an impassioned organization seeking to end all gender-based harassment in parts of the Middle East. This is part one of the interview.

 

 

Jesse Morgan shares his thoughts on being a male ally in the fight against street harassment and violence against womyn. Sept 22, 2011 at JLP Custom Framing.

 

 

Sarah Noyovitz performs “My Short Skirt” from the Vagina Monologues for Take Back The Night at Goucher College, April 7th 2011, where Hollaback Bmore! gave the keynote speech.

 

 

Rodkell James performs “Tape Player” in the streets of Baltimore April 20th, 2011. We were so impressed when we saw her perform this at City Hall’s Take Back The Night we just had to get it for the site!

 

 


Baltimore band War On Women sings about street harassment (trigger alert):

 

 

Alex Fine designed our launch party poster and yeah, when you holla back you are that ferocious!

Official Launch Party Poster