Catcalls, sexist or sexual comments, homophobic and transphobic slurs, flashing, groping, stalking, and assault in public spaces. Gender-based street harassment is a global problem. It makes us feel less safe, it restricts where we go. IT MUST END.Please join us for our 6th annual week of awareness -- April 10-16, 2016 -- as we march and hold workshops, tweet chats, wheatpasting and chalkwalks to bring attention to this problem & engage our communities in solutions.
View photos from our 2015 actions and read the wrap-up report!
There are so many ways to advocate for equality in public spaces! Find ideas.
Become a co-sponsoring organization in 2016! Contact HKearl@StopStreetHarassment.org
Download a logo, flyers, and shareable images.
The Internet, the streets, the classrooms swelled with discussions, messages, stories, and reclamations of public spaces during Meet Us on the Street 2014. Read the 2014 report about what happened. View photos from our actions! .