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Interrupting Hate in Public Places

Medford Public Library 205 S Central Ave
Event Contact Person: Isleen Glatt, Training and Outreach Coordinator

About this event

This event is provided by Resolve Center for Dispute Resolution and Restorative Justice

Interrupting Hate in Public Spaces
A free community workshop on active bystander intervention

As tensions flare and incidents of public hate skyrocket, join us as we
explore what inhibits us from interrupting hate. Learn how to overcome those
inhibitions and practice skills for becoming a strong ally for all those
targeted in today’s hostile climate. Using tools and methodologies proven
over decades of use from Training Active Bystanders, we will learn how to
build a culture of peace by engaging in active nonviolence.

Interrupting Hate in Public Places is a free community workshop on how to be
an ally and do active, nonviolent bystander intervention. Register for your
choice of Medford or Ashland session:

Monday, May 8, 5:30-8:30pm — Medford Library, 205 S Central Ave, Medford
Tuesday, May 9, 5:30-8:30pm — Southern Oregon University, 1250 Siskiyou
Blvd, Ashland
(in Stevenson Union, Rogue River Room)

Both venues are accessible. Refreshments will be provided. Please carpool if
possible. There is a fee for parking at SOU in Ashland, even in the evening.

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