When it comes to press, the Hollaback! movement has been blessed. Good thing too, because media is one of the quickest and surest ways to make serious social change. Below are some of our favorites:

Hollaback!MUMBAI’s press:
Agence France Presse (AFP): Women rally against ‘eve teasing’ in South Asia, used by Google News, DAWN, Peace Women News, The Himalayan Times, Revolution in South Asia: An Internationalist Info Project, Ekantipur, France 24, The Arab Times Online, Asia One, AsiaWorks, Macau Daily Times, Pakistan’s The News, Bangkok Post , Bangla News, Sri Lanka’s Daily News

Writer’s Log – National Girl Child Day: A Revolution is Underway

The Hindustan Times – Bombay girls have it good, or do they?

The Guardian – Sister Act: Women Take on Street Harassers

Span Magazine – Combating Harassment Through Technology, with a discussion on Hollaback! in India

Jezebel – The War Against Street Harassment Goes Global

The Sunday Guardian – Spread the Message via Mobile Technology

Mid-Day Sunday feature: Manufacturing Dissent and Undercover Morcha Maker

Times of India Crest edition: Chalo Dilli

Our comments on Slutwalk Delhi: A Brown Girl at Slutwalk

The WIP: Innovative Internet-based projects give Indian women platform to fight violence

Indian Womenpreneurs: Interview with Aisha Zakira

LiveMint & The Wall Street Journal: A Girl’s Guide to Public Speaking

The Times of India: Netizens Seek Justice for Keenan and Reuben

The Deccan Chronicle: Who is Keenan Santos?

The Deccan Chronicle: Stand by me, virtually

The Alternative: Hollaback – see you on the street!

DNA: Run for a Cause: Let’s stop gender-based violence

BBC Radio 4: My Name is Not ‘Hey Baby’