She's Gotta Have It centers on Nola Darling, a Brooklyn-based artist in her late twenties struggling to define herself and divide her time among her friends, her job and her three lovers. In one of the pilot’s most memorable scenes, Nola experiences a frightening and traumatic late night attack by a man who initiated contact by yelling “Aye, Yo Ma!” and other names at her. After the attack, Nola is inspired to create street art that shines a light on the persistent catcalling that women endure each and every day. Inspired by this episode, the show's star, creative team, thought leaders, and NYU students came to together to share their stories and tell the world "My Name Isn't..."
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