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Voices against street harassment – sharing a podcast

10 Jan

You and I are not alone in our work to end street harassment. As you know from our resources pages, there are other amazing and inspiring organizations and individuals out there adding their voices and actions to the movement.

One of those voices is Holly Kearl, of Stop Street Harassment. Click the image below to hear a podcast on her recent successes in street-harassment prevention and education, and the upcoming first International Anti-Street Harassment Week. The Southern Arizona Center Against Sexual Assault (SACASA) is a proud sponsor:

Our pledge to you (yes, you)

6 Jan

Close your eyes for a minute, and picture a world free from street harassment.

People of all ages, genders, sexes, and sexual orientations walking down streets, riding public transportation, and hanging out in public spaces, and no-one harasses them. Cat calls, slurs, stalking, and all of the other obnoxious/scary/threatening/unwelcome/etc behaviors are things of the past.

What does that world look like for you? Continue reading

“SAFE STREETS AZ GATHERS INFO, CREATES NETWORK OF SUPPORT TO END HARASSMENT”

17 Oct

SAFE STREETS AZ GATHERS INFO, CREATES NETWORK OF SUPPORT TO END HARASSMENT
In Activist Interviews | on 10.08.11 | by HKearl | Comments ( 0 )

Safe Streets AZ is a pilot program of Southern Arizona Center Against Sexual Assault that launched in July to address public harassment, particularly harassment aimed at lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer-identified youth and young adults. Stephanie Arendt is the Senior Prevention Educator at SACASA and agreed to talk to Stop Street Harassment about the new program.

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