A young woman was videotaped recently enduring catcalls and harassment as she walked through Manhattan. The video immediately went viral, prompting outrage, parodies, criticism and dialogue. The local director of the activist group that disseminated the video writes that sexual harassment is also prevalent in Atlanta. Our second column comes from local artists who turned the tables on men in a resonant art installation near Woodruff Park. (MARTA and the city of Atlanta declined to write on the issue for this page.)
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