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Saturday, February 11, 2017
Aseembly Member Daniel O'Donnell
Join Assembly Member Daniel O'Donnell, Hollaback!, the NYC Anti-Violence Project at Bank Street College of Education (610 West 112th Street) on February 21st at 6:30 PM to learn how to be an effective bystander if you witness incidents of hate or violence in your communities.
Assembly Member O'Donnell presents...
Bystander Intervention Training
with Hollaback! and NYC Anti-Violence Project
In the wake of the 2016 presidential election, many community members have voiced their concerns about how hateful rhetoric towards targeted groups has influenced the rise in harassment and violence across the country. Our office has received an overwhelming amount of emails, phone calls, and visits from residents who are strongly opposed to the language and policies implemented by the new administration and we are heartened to see that such opposition is being expressed through open dialogue and courageous dissent. We welcome the community to join us on February 21st 2017 at the Bank Street College of Education (610 W 112th Street between Broadway & Riverside Drive) for a free Bystander Intervention Training hosted by Hollaback! and the NYC Anti-Violence Project.
Starting at 6:30 pm on Tuesday, February 21st, Assembly Member O'Donnell has collaborated with Hollaback! and the NYC Anti-Violence Project to provide tips, information, and advice on how to intervene if you witness instances of harassment or violence. With so many members of the community eager to step up, we look forward to providing training on how to be an effective bystander.
Join us at Bank Street College of Education (610 W 112th Street between Broadway & Riverside Drive) on Tuesday, February 21st at 6:30 pm to learn what is the right (and wrong) way to respond in the face of harassment.
* This event is free and open to the public! *
For more information about Hollaback! and the Anti-Violence Project, visit their websites at