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March 22, 2012
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 Anti-Street Harassment Week
CALCASA is joining multiple national, state, and local partners to celebrate Anti-Street Harassment week this March 18-24. International Anti-Street Harassment Week is an opportunity to collectively raise awareness that street harassment happens and that it's not okay. There are 6 options for how people can participate. Sign up and get involved!

I've Got Your Back: Bystander intervention for street harassment
(8 min) Hollaback! is a global, grassroots effort to end street harassment. In this interview with Emily May, Hollaback's Executive Director, she talks about the development and launch of Hollaback! "I've Got Your Back" campaign to encourage bystanders to intervene in street harassment, and Hollaback's partnership with Green Dot, etc. Listen here>>

About Anti-Street Harassment Week
On March 20, 2011, after only a month of planning, more than 2,000 people from at least 13 countries participated in International Anti-Street Harassment Day. Read an article by founder Holly Kearl about how it went. Due to feedback from participants, in 2012, the day of activism will be expanded to run a full week.
Read here>>

The State of the Streets Report
What does a year of international grassroots work against street harassment look like from inside an organization? Hollaback! gives us a look in their first annual "State of the Streets" report released in December 2011.
Read here>>

Win an iPad!

Attention PreventConnect community!
We are very interested in your assessment of our activities.

If you or your primary prevention organization participate in PreventConnect (i.e., web conferences, podcasts, blog, e-mail group, Twitter, Facebook, etc.), we are launching a survey to gather information about your experiences with these activities.

Your feedback will help us better understand the impact of PreventConnect as well as how we can improve our services and resources to better meet your needs.

All completed surveys will be entered into a raffle to win an iPad! (To qualify, survey must be completed by March 27.)

Take the survey>>

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