Events

April 11th, 2015 – NYC Anti-Street Harassment Rally in Washington Square Park

Want to stand up against harassment in your community?
Join us at the annual NYC Anti-Street Harassment Rally, as part of International Anti-Street Harassment Week.

This year’s NYC Anti-Street Harassment Rally is in Washington Square Park on April 11th, starting at 2pm.

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Hiss! the cat!

The event will feature local activists and speakers and will include a series of workshops for folks to learn more and take action against street harassment. It’ll also feature Hollaback!’s famous 12 foot inflatable #catagainstcatcalling, Hiss!

Co-sponsors include:
Violence Intervention Program, Inc.
Voices of Women Organizing Project
Let Your Voice Be Heard! Radio
Her Justice
Price of Silence
NOW’s First Virtual Chapter Young Feminists & Allies (YFA)
New York City Anti-Violence Project
YWCA of Brooklyn
SAYFTY
STEPS to End Family Violence
Brooklyn-Queens NOW
Would You Say That To Your Daughter?
Girl Be Heard
Women In Media & News
National Asian Pacific American Women’s Forum, NYC Chapter (NAPAWF*NYC)
Young Feminists & Allies NOW’s Virtual Chapter
Day One New York
The Center for Anti-Violence Education
Get Women Cycling
National Organization for Women – New York City
NYAWC
Center Against Domestic Violence
Leon
Breakthrough
Sydnie L. Mosley Dances
Sydnie L. Mosley Dances
Community Driven Solutions
Safe Horizon
NYC Alliance Against Sexual Assault

Queen GodIs
Queen GodIs

Emcee: Queen GodIs – an international (Poet, Performance Artist, Artistic Director & Performance Art Therapist) whose work serves a host of communities seeking transformation through art. With a holistic approach to content & development, her inter-disciplinary work engages audiences in dialogue and activism that extend beyond the page and stage. As An Artist, Queen is a provocative lyricist with a penchant for Spirited Spoken Word, Hip Hop, Story-Telling, Movement and Soul…

She has written and performed three off-Broadway shows including Birth of Power U (2007), directed by Tamilla Woodard, Untitled: To Huemen (2008) directed by Una Osato & presented in conjunction with the Hip Hop Theater Festival, and Project Power U Revisited: A Choreo- poem (2009) choreographed by director Nicco Annan & commissioned by the New York Live Arts Studio Residency Series.

March 5th, 2015 – HOLLA::Revolution

According to the Washington Post, 2014 was the year the conversation around street harassment hit a tipping point. On March 5th, let’s take the conversation to the next level at this year’s HOLLA::Rev. Come join leading thinkers and activists in the field to expand the definitions of street harassment and discuss what each of us can do to create on-the-ground activism in our communities. The event runs from 2-5 pm EST in NYC – get your tickets today!

 This year’s event features amazing speakers and performers, including:

– Feminista Jones (#YouOKSis)

– Girl Be Heard

– Linda Sarsour (Arab American Association of New York)

– Quentin Walcott (CONNECT)

– Deanna Zandt (Digital Technologist and Co-Founder of Lux Digital)

– La Roka (Pioneer NYC Hip-hop MC)

– Aden Hakimi (Director of Michelle’s Story)

– and more!

Pick up your tickets today! Tickets are free for students/youth eighteen and under. Tickets for adults/organizations are pay what you can (suggested donations listed).

Speakers will be available to answer questions during the panel session. Ask your questions using #hollarev during the event!

Not in NYC? No problem. Join us from 2-5 pm EST on the livestream below:

Join Hollaback! on Ustream
Any questions about the event can be sent to: [email protected]

 

April 23, 2014

Denim Day Flyer 2014


April 26, 2014

Bitches Who Brunch

Can you be a religious feminist? Join us at Bitches Who Brunch on April 26th to share your experiences and opinions while building this fabulous community.  Whether you consider yourself a feminist or are simply trying that hat on for size, please join us for an informal feminist salon a la brunch. Show up ready to meet, mingle, discuss, and eat.  Men and women are equally welcome.
 
Topic: Feminism and religion … What is a woman’s place in or around religious authority?  Can feminism and religious doctrine ever be happy together?  Do we struggle to reform from within or from the outside?
 
Bitches Who Brunch is right around the corner … get your tickets fast! Space is extremely limited, so reserve your spot ASAP: https://bwbapril2014.eventbrite.com
 
Hollaback crew, use this promocode to get 10% OFF: 10OFFBWB

April 29, 2014, 7:45 PM to 8:45 PM

Interview Forward On-Campus at NYU

IF at NYU

What Would You Tell Your Younger Self?

Be a part of the Interview Forward On-Campus Debut. The Feminist Society at New York University’s President, Margaret Smiley conducts her dream interview with Emily May, Co-Founder and Executive Director of Hollaback!.

Join us LIVE for this FREE event at New York University or on Google Hangout on Air! Be sure to join in the conversation on Twitter using the hashtag #IFDearMe

Interview Forward is a web-based television series and a platform connecting generations of women. Through powerful interviews and intimate conversations, Interview Forward connects the inspirational women of today—from trailblazers in the workplace to passionate stay-at-home moms—with the young female leaders of tomorrow. Learn more at www.interviewforward.com

Address for NYU attendees:
Global Center for Academic and Spiritual Life
238 Thompson St
New York, NY 10012

For online Google Hangout Attendees: Register here


May 27, 2014

HOLLA::REV – GET YOUR TICKETS NOW!

HOLLA::Revolution is Hollaback!’s annual speaker’s series, highlighting the work of innovative street harassment activists, advocates, and performers.

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HOLLA::Revolution will feature 10 inspirational speakers and performers expanding the conversation on street harassment, and discussing direct action in your communities.  The event will also have a variety of organizations from around the city presenting, tabling, and providing tools for empowered change in New York City.

 

To be a part of #hollarev, get your tickets HERE!

 

 

For more information on HOLLA::Revolution, check out Hollaback!’s HOLLA::Revolution Page.  If you’re interested in partnering with us, please e-mail [email protected] to apply.