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Meet Our 15 New Blog Correspondents!

In correspondents, SSH programs, street harassment | on 07.03.13 | by | Comments ( 0 )

The SSH Blog has been growing by leaps and bounds (we had a record number of story submissions last month!). Contributing to that growth, today, the second cohort of SSH Blog Correspondents begins.

Meet the new correspondents by reading their bios.

They will each write monthly articles through December 2013 to discuss street harassment issues and activism in their communities.

This blog is all about documenting street harassment, sharing ideas for how to end it, and bringing more attention to this human rights issue and I’m grateful to the correspondents for being willing to share their time and talents to these ends.

I also want to give a huge THANK YOU to the first cohort of SSH Blog Correspondents who contributed monthly articles between January and June 2013. They wrote compelling articles about street harassment from Pakistan to Colombia and all across the USA. They were the pilot program and were patient with me as I figured out the process and system! I thank them for their stellar articles.



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