In this workshop, you'll engage n hands-on practice that builds on what you already know. We'll focus on: • A social justice framework for understanding the role of bystanders in interrupting oppression • Reasons to intervene when you see a problem, and reasons not to • Overcoming barriers to intervening • The 5 Steps of Bystander Intervention • 4 Tools for Intervening • And lots of practice! When you leave the training, you'll be more able to overcome the barriers to stepping up and have practical skills for doing so.
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DC Victim Hotline
The DC Victim Hotline is available for all crime victims in the District of Columbia.
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