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Hate violence has continued to increase since the election. Use this guide to help you intervene without relying on the police.
STEP 1 ASSESS
# OF PEOPLE?
RISK TO YOUR SAFETY &
IMPACT OF YOUR IDENTITY
IMPACT / GOALS
What are the costs or benefits?
Remember that the goal of
intervening is to minimize harm.
STEP 2 INTERVENING
ARE THERE BYSTANDERS WHO CAN HELP?
leadership if possible
Bystanders are more likely to intervene if you
take the lead. If you don’t feel safe intervening,
draw attention to the situation. Be as loud
as possible and record what is happening. Don’t
ignore it and expect that someone else will
intervene. Remember calling the police doesn’t
(always) minimize harm.
STAY CALM. REMEMBER THE GOAL IS TO MINIMIZE HARM.
These tactics can be used with the target, agitator or bystanders. Use any strategy that works best for you even if it is not on this list.
FOCUS ON THE TARGET
AID IN ESCAPING
MAKE NOISE (IF YOU CAN)
S T E P 3 W H AT I F. . .
Make yourself lower to them
Natural facial expression,
eye contact, avoid pointing
Make eye contact to make
the person more present
THE SITUATION GETS WORSE / PHYSICAL
ASK FOR HELP
S T E P 4 C H E C K I N W I T H TA R G E T
ARE THEY OK?
Defer to their leadership
HELP / SUPPORT
Is there someone they
YOU DON’T OWE NON-VIOLENCE TO ANYONE WHO IS TRYING TO PHYSICALLY HARM YOU
S T E P 5 D E B R I E F I N G A N D G E T T I N G T O A S A F E S PA C E
Debrief right after the event, and then again for a follow-up if you can
Ask if there is anything else they need. Do they want you to support them in getting to
their next destination or a destination where they feel safe?
TARGET: PERSON BEING HARASSED AGITATOR: PERSON HARASSING
Do they want to leave?
How do they want to
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