Upstander: The Right to be Safe: An Upstander & Self-Defense Response to Anti-Asian Violence

On Thursday, Mar 4, 2021 from 05:30 PM to 07:30 PM

This is a virtual event using Zoom Meeting

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This Conference and Workshop is for Students, Faculty and Staff

This information is being provided by the Title IX department for those who are interested.


*Limited spots available

This interactive workshop is intended for people of Asian descent and allies to develop strategies to fight back against anti-Asian violence. This session will include de-escalation and Upstander strategies, as well as physical and verbal self-defense techniques to respond to anti-Asian harassment and hate violence. Affinity groups will be provided for Asian people, non-Asian POC and white people

Center for Anti-Violence Education

Contact Name: Lourdes December

Contact Phone: 718-281-5755

Contact Email:

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