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Mending Cambridge: In a #MeToo Moment

Wednesday, January 3, 2018
4:30 pm to 6:30 pm
Cambridge Rindge and Latin School
Media Cafe
1670 Cambridge Street
Cambridge, MA

Every day we see new revelations about sexual harassment, assault and violence by men abusing their power, authority, or fame.

As well-intentioned men, how can we respond when we see harassment, hear about abuse, or learn about violence?

Join Mending Cambridge on Wednesday, Jan. 3 for an interactive conversation on this issue. Expert facilitator and Mending Cambridge member Duane de Four will use audio recordings of high-profile incidents of sexism to guide a discussion on strategies to interrupt harmful behaviors.

To register for this free event, please go to: https://mendingcambridge.eventbrite.com. View flyer.

Questions? Please contact Albert Pless at the Cambridge Public Health Department, apless@challiance.org.

Mending Cambridge is an initiative that engages men in challenging stereotypes around masculinity and becoming active allies in working to end gender-based violence. Mending Cambridge is a partnership between the city's Domestic and Gender-Based Violence Prevention Initiative and the Cambridge Public Health Department. Members include personnel from the Cambridge Police Department.