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Hey, shorty! a guide to combating sexual harassment and violence in public schools and on the streets /

At every stage of education, sexual harassment is common, and often considered a rite of passage for young people. It's not unusual for a girl to hear "Hey, Shorty!" on a daily basis as she walks down the hall or comes into the school yard, followed by a sexual innuendo, insult, come-on, or assault. But when teenagers are asked whether they experience this in their own lives, most of them say it's not happening. Girls for Gender Equity, a nonprofit organization based in New York City, has developed a model for teens to teach one another about sexual harassment. How do you define

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  • "Based in Brooklyn, GGE is an intergenerational grassroots organization committed to the physical, psychological, social, and economic development of girls and women. Through education, organizing, and physical fitness, GGE encourages communities to remove barriers and create opportunities for girls and women to live self-determined lives. --Book Jacket."
  • "Sexual harassment and bullying are happening in schools all the time. It's not unusual for a girl to hear "Hey, Shorty!" as she walks down the hall or comes into the schoolyard, followed by a sexual innuendo, insult, come-on, or assault. Girls for Gender Equity (GGE), a nonprofit organization based in New York City, has developed a model for teens to teach one another about sexual harassment, what it is and how to prevent it. Here is the story of GGE and the students who have been empowered by these initiatives. Hey, Shorty! is a guide for youth organizers, students, parents, teachers, and allies committed to building awareness and creating change in any community."
  • "At every stage of education, sexual harassment is common, and often considered a rite of passage for young people. It's not unusual for a girl to hear "Hey, Shorty!" on a daily basis as she walks down the hall or comes into the school yard, followed by a sexual innuendo, insult, come-on, or assault. But when teenagers are asked whether they experience this in their own lives, most of them say it's not happening. Girls for Gender Equity, a nonprofit organization based in New York City, has developed a model for teens to teach one another about sexual harassment. How do you define"@en

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  • "Hey, shorty! : a guide to combating sexual harassment and violence in public schools and on the streets, girls for gender equity ; Joanne N. Smith, Mandy Van Deven, and Meghan Huppuch."
  • "Hey, shorty ! : a guide to combating sexual harassment and violence in public schools and on the streets /"