Sat, May 14|
Hmong Village, Room A18
Kev Cob Qhia Txog Active Bystander (Hmong)
Los kawm paub txog ntau hauv kev cuam tshuam tiv thaiv kev nruj tsiv huav peb zej zog.
Time & Location
May 14, 2022, 5:30 PM – 8:00 PM
Hmong Village, Room A18, 1001 Johnson Pkwy, St Paul, MN 55106, USA
About the Event
Muaj ntau txoj kev me rau peb sawv daws xaiv los pab tiv thaiv kev nruj tsiv. Kev cob qhia nov muaj hauv kev ntau yam cuam tshuam rau koj pom koj tus kheej ua tau – los teeb tsa cov cai hauv peb zej zog tias peb tsis zam kev nruj tsiv.
There are small choices we can make to help prevent violence. This training will provide different ways of intervening that you can realistically see yourself doing. Ultimately, these interventions can help set the norm in our community that we do not tolerate violence.
The training will focus on three forms of violence:
1. Intimate Partner Violence is abusive behavior one person in a relationship uses to control the other. It can be physical, verbal, sexual or emotional.
2. Sexual Assault is any type of sexual contact or behavior that occurs without first having given verbal permission.
3. Cyber Bullying and Stalking happens on the internet, through social media, or over text messaging. It’s when someone publishes/posts/sends harassing comments, rumors, or unwanted/embarrassing pictures; or someone who shows up after you posted online where you are hanging out.
This event will be facilitated in Hmong and is open to members of the Hmong community ages 16+. For questions or concerns, please contact Ayman Mohamed at email@example.com.