How Art Disrupts the Culture of Violence on Public Transit

Not One More Girl, is the first youth-driven campaign to end gender based violence and reimagine safety for riders on public transit in the Bay Area. Informed by 500 youth and led by Alliance for Girls (AFG), Betti Ono, Black Girls Brilliance, The Unity Council’s Latinx Mentorship and Achievement (LMA) Program, and a group of 15 AFG member organizations. NOMG was launched as a partnership with San Francisco Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART)

As featured in the Americans for the Arts, Arts Link magazine, Teen Vogue, Bloomberg, KQED, and the San Francisco Chronicle. The Not One More Girl campaign (NOMG), uses youth participatory action research, cultural strategy, art, and policy change to dismantle the systems that have enabled gender-based violence on public transit and instead create systems of empowerment for riders. Interested in partnering with us to bring NOMG to your community, organization, or transit agency?