CTA Courage Campaign: Flash mob video discourages harassment

The folks behind the CTA Courage Campaign posted a video recently depicting harassment on the Red Line, and asking people to have the courage to speak out against it.

The Courage Campaign is trying to raise money for CTA ads that “advocate respect for all while using public transit.” Read a DNAinfo Chicago story about the campaign.

As the husband and father of two women who have been harassed, I urge you to support this good cause.


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  • Aren't the Guardian Angels still looking for the mugger at 47th, even though they were all on camera?

    And if this was posed, none of them was Aretha.

  • Would the use of an AK-47 be "overreacting".......

  • Given last week's events in France, probably.

    Somebody should just sell their story to The Onion.

  • That was cool.

  • That was interesting. We did a Let It Go singalong on the Brown Line once.

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