CPAC Anti-Racism Webinar Series (2): Bystander Intervention Training
Time & Date: Tuesday, September 22, 2020, 8:00 pm – 9:00 pm Eastern Time (US & Canada)
Language: English with simultaneous Chinese interpretation
In response to the recent rise of ani-Asian racism during the Covid-19 pandemic and to help Asian Canadians to better deal with racist behaviours, CPAC will host a series of FREE webinars in English and Chinese from September to November. The topics include: Overview of Racism, Discrimination and Human Rights; How to Respond to Racist Harassment and Attack; Bystander Intervention; Dealing with Racist Harassment, Attacks and Bullying in School; and Racism, Hate Crime and Personal and Property Safety.
The Bystander Intervention Training will be presented in ENGLISH with simultaneous Chinese interpretation on September 22, 2020 from 8pm to 9pm ET, by Courtney Mangus, Council on American-Islamic Relations.
The Bystander Intervention Training enables participants to take safe and constructive action on racism. The training focus on the value of bystander anti-racism and practical skills and tools to help people to take action. After completing the training, participants should acquire practical strategies and language skills to take safe and constructive action against racism.
Please register online HERE.
Presenter: Courtney Mangus
Ms. Courtney Mangus is the Programs Coordinator for the San Francisco Bay Area office of the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR-SFBA). In this position, she leads CAIR-SFBA’s signature programs including the Muslim Youth Leadership Program, Muslim Gamechangers Network, Muslim Day at the Capitol, Bystander Intervention Trainings, the internship and volunteer programs, and much more!
Courtney has Bachelor of Arts degree and participated in a variety of social justice efforts while a student. After graduation, she was selected by Teach for America to teach in an underserved community and advocate for the educational rights of children. She is now studying to earn her J.D. at Santa Clara University School of Law.
CPAC Anti-Racism Webinar Series is funded by: