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Lower Onslow
June 20, 2018


I am in junior high and take the school bus home every day. There are two guys on this bus that always sit together. Whenever I sit in front of them, I get harassed. They ask me questions about school and give me weird compliments (eg; your nails look great today, girl), but I can hear them laughing at me when I turn around. One time, one of the boys…
South End
July 21, 2017

Bystander story: “I warned the girls…

Hi I just wanted to give a heads up there is a creepy man following young girls downton Halifax. He is slender build and has reddish brown and greying longish hair. I saw him while I was on my lunch and I warned the girls and he took off. Please look after each other.
February 12, 2017

Anonymous story: “One of these days…

One of these days I'm going to lose it. I work at a coffee shop, where I may as well have a sign that says "harass me" stapled to my forehead. From caressing my hand when I give change back, to staring me straight in the eyes while pouring nickels and dimes into my tip jar, to talking down to me, to sexual innuendos, to full on yelling at me…


Regarding the trial of Jian Ghomeshi

Hollaback! Canada joint statement We believe people who share their stories We stand in solidarity with Lucy DeCoutere, Linda Redgrave, and others who have bravely shared their stories. We stand with Kathryn Borel, Reva Seth, Zoe Kazan, and anyone else who has reported harassment or assault. We believe there are many stories that have not … Continued

Survey on Street Harassment

Investigating Street Harassment: Internationally! Hollaback is a movement to end street harassment powered by a network of local activists around the world. Hollaback has teamed up with Cornell University’s ILR School professor Beth Livingston to study the experiences and impacts of street harassment internationally, through cooperation with many of Hollaback’s local activism sites, including Halifax.   Ready to take … Continued

Join the Rolling Revolution

Cats Call Back! Calling all cool cats, fat cats, tom cats, felines, and familiars. We’re hissing at street harassment and sexualized violence and saying no more will we feel unsafe walking, running, rolling, skating, and strolling in our city. No more will we allow a culture which tells us that cat calls are just compliments. … Continued