Say Something Prevention Lab: A Social Experiment in Creating Safe Community

Every day, you have the opportunity to Say Something that can help prevent interpersonal violence. In this workshop, we will Learn, Act, and Be using real-life scenarios to practice the skills to prepare us to interrupt violent language or behavior in our community. This workshop will help participants to identify the various forms and intensity of interpersonal violence and practice the skills to be able to intervene on their own behalf or as active bystanders. It allows for a safe space to practice trusting our judgment and formulating what to say or do to interrupt when something is not okay — whether that be with friends, family, peers, or strangers. Participants will be challenged to lean into awkward moments to practice how they can Say Something in various situations to work to build a safer community.


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