CPAC Anti-Racism Webinar Series (11): How to Intervene during Racist Harassment and Attacks?

Webinar: How to Intervene during Racist Harassment and Attacks?

Date: Thursday, November 12, 2020

Time: 8:00 pm – 9:00 pm Eastern Time (US & Canada)

Languages: English, with simultaneous Chinese interpretation

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(Note: Our webinars will be recorded. If you cannot attend the live session, complete the registration form and a link to the recording will be emailed to you at a later date.)

 

In response to the recent rise of anti-Asian racism during the Covid-19 pandemic and to help Asian Canadians better deal with racist harassments, CPAC has assembled a group of experts from across North America to present a series of educational webinars for the community in both English and Chinese. The topics include: Racism and Its Visible and Invisible Forms, Discrimination and Human Rights, Responding to Racist Harassments and Attacks, Bystander Intervention, Preventing Racial Bullying in School, and Racism, Hate Crime and Personal and Property Safety.

 

On November 12, 2020, we will be presenting the eleventh workshop of this webinar series, How to Intervene during Racist Harassment and Attacks? The webinar will be presented by Courtney Mangus, Programs Coordinator, the Council on American-Islamic Relations, in ENGLISH with simultaneous interpretation into CHINESE.

 

This witness/bystander Intervention Training teaches participants how to safely provide support to someone who is targeted for a race-motivated harassment or attack. Participants will also learn the hands-on skills of de-escalation and about the various factors involved in a hate crime or a hate incident. You should walk away from this training feeling more confident to step in as an ally to a targeted person. Many of the principles and strategies involved can also apply to situations where you are the target of racial harassment or attack.

 

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.

 

The CPAC Anti-Racism Webinar Series is funded by the Government of Canada through the Canadian Red Cross.