Hate crimes are on the rise in the United States. While violent crimes dominate the media, public harassment and hate speech are widespread and rarely reported. People may be targeted for harassment or hate speech because of their skin color, ethnicity, religion, sex, gender-identity, sexual orientation, body shape, or any number of other reasons. How should you react if you witness public harassment or hate speech?
Join us for this interactive workshop to learn five simple, effective techniques to safely intervene when you witness public harassment.
Craig S. Ross, PhD, MBA, Boston University School of Public Health
Craig S. Ross is Executive Director of the idea hub at Boston University School of Public Health (BUSPH), faculty member in the BU Epidemiology Department, and director of the BUSPH Bystander Intervention Training Program. The bystander intervention program has been integrated into the core educational curriculum for all Masters in Public Health students. Dr. Ross has offered bystander intervention training to several thousand students at BUSPH and has conducted dozens of community trainings.
Co-sponsored by: The Beth El Sanctuary Committee and Antiracism Working Group
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