Hollaback! Bystander Intervention Digital Training - Shared screen with speaker view
Suzanne Tomatore, She/hers, midtown
my name is jessie. i use she/they. queens, ny
Lawrence Walters, Chicago, he/him
Mari Corella, she/her, San Francisco, CA
I’m Joanne. Originally from NY, now in Seattle.
Distract.... the one person with the candy gets between them
At first I didn’t know what was happening and didn’t know who the harasser was.
someone stepped between the two people
looked like another person came in to offer to take her to safety
oh, Document, too
Directly..... I didn't think there was a big safety concern to confronting the woman doing the harrassing
Dynanmic is a little different with no physical violence
just an obnoxious person
I would assess the situation for my safety and the safety of others. I would say “I do not agree with what you are saying and you are upsetting me. Please stop.”
thumbs up to Mari
Direct. Tell that woman (and everyone else) that no I don’t share her views, and I believe others don’t.
If we are the ones being harassed and there are bystanders who are not assisting, is there anything that can be done to activate their assistance?
Thanks for the awesome presentation... the videos and "what would you do" are great exercises..... you wouldn't happen to have a handout with the 5 ds on it?
Is the presentation going to be available as well? You mentioned the recording but I am wondering about the materials.
Thanks for a very useful presentation!
Thank you! This was very insightful and I appreciate the easy, actionable steps. Looking forward to sharing my knowledge with friends.
Thank you! The infographics and presentation were all great.
I teach personal safety skills, and have been trying to get this type of material in classes, but there seems to be little interest. Any thoughts on how to promote bystander intervention?
i work with youth and i often hear about cases of harassment by peers but they are not often willing to intervene. what are tools youth can use to build safety skills amongst their peer groups?
thank you! everything was so clearly presented and I feel empowered to intervene safely
One form of harassment we see is the posting of signs, where the harasser(s) did their deed and are gone, leaving posters on fences and bulletin boards. Any thoughts on how to deal with those situations?
Im heading back to work. Thank you!
likewise, thank you! I'm heading out as well
Heading out. Thank you!!!
thank you! great presentation