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Join Hollaback! Richmond to contribute to a zine on street harassment!
WHEN: Sunday, March 24 12-3PM
WHERE: Crenshaw House (919 W. Franklin St)
We will be making a zine in honor of Meet Us On the Street International Anti-Street Harassment Week, April 7-13 of 2013.
We will later distribute this zine to local businesses, tabling events, at art shows, and future events.
Please join us and create your own page how street harassment has affected you.
What’s the Problem?
Catcalls, sexist comments, public masturbation, groping, stalking, and assault: gender-based street harassment makes public places unfriendly and even scary for many girls, women, and LGBQT folks.
What is It?
Meet Us On the Street: International Anti-Street Harassment Week is an opportunity to collectively raise awareness that street harassment happens and that it’s not okay.
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