March 01, 2017 at UIC Women’s Leadership and Resource Center in Chicago.

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Have you ever been confronted with or witnessed a form of injustice and did not know what to do? During this bystander intervention training, we will focus on ways to interrupt and remedy public instances of social/racial injustice. We will provide you with skills and strategies that can be applied to a variety of real life situations. Sharing our stories and taking action creates a strong and sustainable community support system. This is a Tea Talks program in which we aim to collectively learn, teach and share remedies for obstacles and challenges we experience.

Snacks and organic tea from the UIC Heritage Garden will be provided. All welcome! Please contact heritagegarden.uic@gmail.com if you require any accommodations.

Send RSVP to heritagegarden.uic@gmail.com or fill out this form https://goo.gl/forms/siy7lryW4gtQRb8u1
by Monday, February 27. Priority will be given to UIC students.

Address: 1101 W. Taylor Street, 3rd Floor (above Chicago Public Library), Chicago
Tea Talks: Bystander Intervention Training

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