Postponed due to Weather - Prevention and Intervention: Hate in Schools
700 N Killingsworth St. Portland, OR 97217. United States.
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A donation-based workshop for educators. Parents welcome.
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Space is limited. Register on the Resolutions NW page.
The Southern Poverty Law Center released a report documenting 900 cases of “Harassment and Intimidation” during the first ten days following the November 2016 election. Most of the incidents took place in school settings. The actual number is higher, and it keeps increasing. Oregon finds itself on top of the list in numbers of occurrences relative to our population. The data is matched by stories we hear from local schools. The question is: What can we do?
Learn about resources for preventative and relationship-building activities in schools. Familiarize yourself with tools that can be taught to youth who are targets, as well as to those who are bystanders. Participate in a discussion on possible restorative responses to hold youth who initiate the harassment accountable.
Co-sponsored by Resolutions Northwest and Unite Oregon.
Support: This workshop is offered at no cost. Any donations received will support the work of Resolutions Northwest in our community to provide mediation, facilitation, training, and restorative justice services. DONATE
Location: Unite Oregon (formerly the Center for Intercultural Organizing)
700 N. Killingsworth Street
Portland, Oregon 97217
Trainer: Gabrielle Ross
Gabriele Ross is a Restorative Justice Trainer/Coach for Resolutions Northwest in Portland. She brings with her two decades of working as counselor and advocate with marginalized populations such as youth struggling with substance abuse and mental illness, students who return from being incarcerated, students who are homeless, sexual minority youth and undocumented students in public schools in Seattle and in Vancouver, WA. Gabriele has a Masters Degree in Conflict Resolution from Portland State University. She is a board member of the youth-led Momentum Alliance and active in other social justice organizations. She has also worked as an advocate with victims of sexual assault and domestic violence, and as a community organizer.