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Street Harassment Website

With the warmer weather, people are once again spending more time out on the street, and for some, that means facing catcalls and other harassing comments. A group of women in this city has put together a website called Hollaback! Toronto External Site to allow women to share their stories. Matt Galloway spoke with Alicia Versteegh, the site's co-director.
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