San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Gwen Stefani once said,
"A few times I've been around this track
So it's not just gonna happen like that
'Cause I ain't no hollaback girl
I ain't no hollaback girl,"
is ready to address Street Harassment.
So join us
June 2013 SPITFIRE:
A workshop on spotting, stopping, and responding to street harassment.
Learn strategies and skills to prevent and respond to "Hey Baby"
Britni de la Creaz, Site Director/Communications and Events Coordinator, Hollaback! Boston
Kate Ziegler, Site Director/Communications and Design Coordinator, Hollaback! Boston
Wednesday, June 5th, 2013
Henessey's Boston (Upstairs)
A cash bar will be provided. Networking to follow the presentation.
This event is open to men, women and anyone interested!
About Boston GLOW:
Boston GLOW (Girls' Leadership, Organized Women) is a breeding ground for the modern-day superwoman. This 100% volunteer-run nonprofit fosters opportunities for women of all ages to become empowered community leaders and active world citizens. In their monthly SPITFIRE networking series, GLOW invites women in the greater Boston area to gather on the first Wednesday of each month to mix, mingle, and learn something new.
About Hollaback! Boston:
Hollaback! is a global movement dedicated to ending street harassment using mobile technology and on-the-ground activism. Launched in 2005, Hollaback! has expanded worldwide and now has iPhone and Droid apps that give victims a real-time response to street harassment, breaking the silence that has perpetuated street harassment internationally, and a crowd-sourced initiative to end street harassment. Street harassment is one of the most pervasive forms of gender-based violence and one of the least legislated against.
When & Where
Boston GLOW aims to foster opportunities for women of all ages to become empowered community leaders and active, engaged world citizens.