Tatyana Fazlalizadeh has traveled all over with "Stop Telling Women to Smile," in which she wheatpastes the streets with portraits of women captioned with anti-harassment messages. In a comprehensive new series spearheaded by Fusion's Anna Holmes (and the founder of this very website), Fazlalizadeh takes her work internationally for the very first time, for a long project in México City that combines community activism and beautiful, important public art. We also get to see the very talented Fazlalizadeh's process, how interactive she is with local women's advocates—and how half the beauty of her art is the work she, and the women around her, puts into it.

Above is a project overview—with Fazlalizadeh in conversation with local advocates, and a basic discussion of how street harassment is damaging—but the entire series at Fusion is quite stunning, with a full host of videos and interactive testimonials from individuals around DF telling their personal stories. They spoke with a wide range of people, from activists to cops, moms to students, some of whose catcalling moments are below. Check out the entire project for more; it really underscores how what Fazlalizadeh has been doing is so important, not just with regards to outreach but with making women across the world feel empowered. (Even if you're not involved; it's so comforting and heartening to walk down a city street and be greeted by one of Fazlalizadeh's posters, like a little subliminal "I got your back, girl" where you least expect it.)