Jennifer Bedania and Erica Wiley
11 a.m., July 19, 2020
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This online Forum will be on the topic of:
“Safe Bystander Engagement”
Our speakers, Jennifer Bedania and Erica Wiley, work with the Social Justice Program of the YWCA of Silicon Valley (https://ywca-sv.org/). This talk will describe when and how to safely interact when you see inappropriate or threatening behaviors in others.
The YWCA of Silicon Valley offers prevention education services and community awareness workshops to increase knowledge about sexual assault, domestic violence and human trafficking. Their programs focus on dispelling myths about gender-based violence, connecting survivors to resources, promoting healthy relationships, and encouraging safe bystander engagement.
Safe Bystander Engagement – Jennifer Bedania and Erica Wiley from Humanist Community-SiliconValley on Vimeo.
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