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.
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!
Violence Intervention Program, Inc.
Voices of Women Organizing Project
Let Your Voice Be Heard! Radio
Price of Silence
NOW’s First Virtual Chapter Young Feminists & Allies (YFA)
New York City Anti-Violence Project
YWCA of Brooklyn
STEPS to End Family Violence
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
Center Against Domestic Violence
Sydnie L. Mosley Dances
Sydnie L. Mosley Dances
Community Driven Solutions
NYC Alliance Against Sexual Assault
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!
April 23, 2014
April 26, 2014
Bitches Who Brunch
April 29, 2014, 7:45 PM to 8:45 PM
Interview Forward On-Campus 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!.
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.
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!