Street Harassment

Screen Shot 2012-03-24 at 10.35.20 PMWe believe that everyone should be free from harassment in public spaces regardless of their gender, gender expression or sexuality.  This is why for the last two years we have joined the movement to end street harassment.  Our goal is to raise awareness about this issue in our communities through educational workshops, direct action and community engagement. In March of 2011, we kicked off our activism by joining the first International Anti Street Harassment Day. In March of 2012 and 2013, we organized a series of events in Philadelphia during  Meet Us On The Street: Anti Street Harassment Week.  The work continues and we are looking forward to another week of activism on March 30-April 5, 2014. Join us!

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Stuff People Say to Teen Girls (Street Harassment)

In 2012, teens from BuildON helped create this video in a workshop about street harassment co-facilitated by FAAN Mail and Hollaback Philly:

 

Anti-Street Harassment Day, 2011.

This short video documents our day of activism in Philadelphia.

Anti Street Harassment Day, 2013.

 

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