This is pretty much in direct response to Andrew’s post below (I wanted to comment but also include an image so I just did a different post). In a twist of interesting timing, Pomona sent out an email this morning about Bystander Engagement Training with Teal Dot–encouraging people to prevent violence on campus but intervene in a “safe” way…..Screen shot 2014-11-24 at 11.16.14 AM

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About eliciasepstein

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  1. hannahmwebster says:

    Giving people the resources and ‘know-how’ for intervening in an appropriate and nonviolent manner is definitely the most effective way to safely decrease violent behavior from escalating. Great post!

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