We know that incidents of hate and bias are increasing in our communities. Many of us want to act but, in the moment, freeze up, fumble or even seem to make things worse. Our social conditioning and even our brain’s wiring can work against us in the moment, despite our best intentions. Come learn some practical skills to intervene effectively, consistently, and humbly and help build the communities we need and deserve.
- Identify universal and personal blocks to intervening in the face of hate
- Explore 4 types of interventions and which intervention(s) work best in different scenarios
- Apply this information to specific instances of hate and bias and create plans, scripts and other tools