A Peaceful Response during Bystander Intervention Training

. December 1, 2016.

There’s tension in the air and communities are nervous. National rates of hate crimes have risen and accounts of attacks against immigrants, Muslims, and other populations flood our social media feeds. What will you do if you saw some get attacked for who they are? Learn how to respond during Bystander Intervention Training, hosted by the Interfaith Council for Peace and Justice. Sheri Wander, trainer for Meta Peace Team, will lead the session, showing attendees how to de-escalate or redirect threats and harassment safely and successfully.

Sunday | December 11 | 2-6pm | $20
First Baptist Church | 517 E. Washington
734-663-1870 | chuck@icpj.org | icpj.org

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