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Should men tell women how they should feel about street harassment? Shoshana B Roberts was filmed walking the streets of New York City, enduring unsolicited catcalls in the course of a single day. There are so many issues with this story. Why did they edit out everyone except Black and Latino men? Where in NY was she walking? Did her outfit have anything to do with the catcalls? If women aren't dressed appropriately, are they asking for attention? Can you even call that harassment? Is this more about classism than it is about sexism?
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Tune in Friday, September 6, 2013, as Stacey Brewer of H. Blu's Word speaks on Tatyana Fazlalizadeh's campaign, "Stop Telling Women to Smile: A Discussion on Street Harassment." Stop Telling Women to Smile is a street art project that addresses gender based street harassment. Street harassment is a serious issue that affects women world wide. This project attempts to take women's voices, and faces, and put them in the street - creating a presence for women in an environment where women are a lot of times made to feel uncomfortable and unsafe - outside in the street.
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There is a new campaign that many women are jumping behind. One that focuses on when men go over the line when approaching a woman. Some guys feel that if legislation gets passed on street harassment, it can lead to women using the law to get men locked up just for saying hi, just because she was in a bad mood.
There's some validity to why there's a big fuss, but can this escalate into something detrimental to men and women interacting with one another?
And to the ladies, what harassment have they faced that would constitute for such actions?
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"Upfront & Straightforward" Host Alan Roger Currie conducts another "Open Forum Discussion," with this one focusing ont he controversial video featuring actress Shoshana B. Roberts alleging that many men in major cities are guilty of "street harassment"
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The controversial video on "street harassment"
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Dr. Claude Anderson's definition of Racism
Communities and towns that have been burned down.
Communities and towns that have been bombed.
Gentrificaiton happens to White folks (and everyone else)
The Salem Witch Strategy
What really happened to Black Wall Street. (Race Riot vs Class Riot Distinctions)
The Mindset Of Lot's Wife...................(The Story Of Lot...A Story Of Gentrification)
Black Wall Street Reloaded
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What Black Street/Rosewood/Black Towns didn't have (distinctions)
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