Local Organizations:

  • SASHA Center – educates and builds awareness around sexual assault and provides resources to self-identified survivors of sexual assault
  • LGBT Detroit – long standing equal rights organization that supports and advocates for Detroit’s LGBT communities
  • Girls Rock Detroit – empowerment of female identifying Detroiters aged 8-16 through creative expression, positive self-esteem, and community awareness
  • Enough SAID (Sexual Assault in Detroit) – independent collaboration between Michigan Women’s Foundation, the Wayne County Prosecutor’s Office and the Detroit Crime Commission to fundraised money to test the more than 11,000 forgotten rape kits in Detroit


  • Hollaback! Detroit’s Anti-Harassment Cards – set of 10 printable anti-street harassment cards in PDF format
  • Hollaback! Detroit’s Active Bystander Cards – set of 10 double-sided printable cards outlining the Four Ds of bystander intervention
  • Boys Will Be…– a curriculum for male identifying youth around identity, societal expectations, and allyship
  • Hollaback! – international anti-street harassment non-profit and movement with local sites; also has a phone app and a blog where you can record and share your experiences with street harassment as well as online harassment
  • Stop Street Harassment – international anti-street harassment organization which has research, resources, and a section for male allies
  • Stop Telling Women to Smile – website for the art series by Tatyana Fazlalizadeh that is comprised of portraits of women captioned with messages against street harassment
  • Cards Against Harassment – printable business cards with messages against street harassment and body shaming that can be passed out to perpetrators
  • Meet Us on the Street – website for International Anti-Street Harassment Week, which occurs each April
  • Where Our Boys At? – Tool kit with resources for teaching young men how to be allies for young women
  • Social Media Hashtags – some hashtags to follow for more information on street harassment include: #YouOKSis, #EndSH, #YesAllWomen, #NotJustHello, #DudesGreetingDudes, #harassmentis



  • War Zone (1998) by Maggie Hadleigh-West
  • The Line (2010) by Nancy Schwartzman
  • 678 (2010) by Mohamed Diab