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April 11, 2019


I was pumping gas at the BP on 7 Mile and Livernois when a man very rude told me to zip up my coat (it was barely unzipped past my neckline). I tried to ignore him but he continued to say it several times "why don't you zip up that coat". I told him he was being rude and to mind his own business and he got in my face…
September 26, 2017

Shae’s Story: “What are you doing…

Walking home from work about 11:30 p.m. turn down the side street to get to my house which is only about 3 blocks away from 9 Mile. A tall bald guy comes out of the bar. He says to me "hey you what are you doing over here?" I say "I'm going home" he says "get your nigger ass away from here". I threatened him and say "you stay back…
Lafayette Park
August 21, 2017

V’s Story – “You Got a…

Just walking to my car in Eastern Market when I stopped to adjust my bag situation and male approached me "you got a boyfriend, my baby"



There is something very powerful happening right now on social media. After revelations of Harvey Weinstein’s history of sexual assault and harassment, survivors are sharing their personal experiences with the hashtag#MeToo. This spontaneous movement is trending across the United States and around the world. In a span of 24 hours, #MeToo has been tweeted nearly half a … Continued

New Curriculum!!!

Now that school is back in session, check out our curriculum “Boys Will Be…” that takes a look at identity, cultural perceptions, and allyship. It’s an ever-evolving document so give it a try and give us some feedback!

Bystander Intervention

Hollaback! Detroit is now offering in-person Bystander Intervention Trainings for local groups and organizations. Trainings can be tailored for groups of 10-40 people and to last 1, 1.5, or 2 hours. We will cover what our organization is, what harassment is, and how to execute the 4 Ds of bystander intervention: direct, distract, delegate, and … Continued