Word on the Street: Catcalling signs

One group is taking a unique approach to cut down on catcalling. Clothing company Feminist Apparel has put up about 50 "No Catcall Zone" signs

News 12 Brooklyn hit the streets to find out what viewers think about the signs, and whether or not raising awareness will change things.

News 12 Brooklyn hit the streets to find out what viewers think about the signs, and whether or not raising awareness will change things. (4/16/15)

BROOKLYN - One group is taking a unique approach to cut down on catcalling.

Clothing company Feminist Apparel has put up about 50 "No Catcall Zone" signs around the city to discourage men from making catcalls to women.

News 12 Brooklyn hit the streets to find out what viewers think about the signs, and whether or not raising awareness will change things.  

Most people said that they don't think the company's efforts will make a difference.

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