April 2014 Anti Street Harassment Transit Ad Campaign

It’s that time of year again! The sun is shining a little bit more, we’re all outside walking around and trying to enjoy the (slightly) warmer weather — and the harassers are back in full force. But they’re not the only ones who are back! HollabackPHILLY, a project of Feminist Public Works, launched a new, expanded transit ad campaign – with more ads in the interior subway cars, ads on the subway platforms, and even ads in bus shelters across the city. Keep an eye out for the ads – show them to your friends, use them to start conversations with potential male allies – and let us know if you see an impact.

And, always remember – we’ve got your back!

A sneak preview of the ads is below – but to see a full slideshow of the full lineup of 18 ads, visit FeministPublicWorks.org. And please fill out this brief survey to let us know what you think about the ads!

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  1. […] Tuesday, HollabackPHILLY launched their Anti-Street Harassment Transit Ad Campaign in conjunction with Feminist Public Works, an organization that promotes public awareness about the […]

  2. […] Tuesday, HollabackPHILLY launched their Anti-Street Harassment Transit Ad Campaign in conjunction with Feminist Public Works, an organization that promotes public awareness about the […]

  3. […] Tuesday, HollabackPHILLY launched their Anti-Street Harassment Transit Ad Campaign in conjunction with Feminist Public Works, an organization that promotes public awareness about the […]

  4. […] Tuesday, HollabackPHILLY launched their Anti-Street Harassment Transit Ad Campaign in conjunction with Feminist Public Works, an organization that promotes public awareness about the […]

  5. […] Tuesday, HollabackPHILLY launched their Anti-Street Harassment Transit Ad Campaign in conjunction with Feminist Public Works, an organization that promotes public awareness about the […]

  6. […] HollabackPHILLY launched their new Anti-Street Harassment Transit ad campaign this week, and the results are pretty awesome. Working in conjunction with Feminist Public Works, an organization that “promotes public awareness about the safety and well-being of women,” the ads are comprehensive, thorough, and cover a wide variety of street harassment topics including defining and explaining street harassment, LGBTQ-specific harassment, encouraging intervention, and providing information on how to intervene safely. […]

  7. […] the above (plus 17 more PSAs) all over all manner of SEPTA advertising platforms this spring, as HollabackPHILLY just launched their new spring initiative. The idea, of course, is to let people know that sexually objectifying strangers (or, for that […]

  8. Tamara says:

    Can we get these as cards or pamphlets?

  9. […] HollabackPhilly usually posted a uninformed collection of transit signs with anti-street nuisance […]

  10. […] Tuesday, HollabackPHILLY launched their Anti-Street Harassment Transit Ad Campaign in conjunction with Feminist Public Works, an organization that promotes public awareness about the […]

  11. […] הולבאק פידלפיה וארגון Feminist Public Works השיקו קמפיין חדש באפריל האחרון. במסגרת הקמפיין נתלו מודעות בקרונות רכבת תחתית, תחנות אוטובוס, ורציפי רכבת ברחבי העיר. […]

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