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By on July 10, 2012

Jackson Katz reflects on bystander intervention conference

Jackson Katz

Jackson Katz, Ph.D., co-founder of Mentors in Violence Prevention and an organizer of the conference Bystander Intervention: From Its Roots to the Road Ahead, describes this conference and what he sees as the next steps to advance the bystander approach to prevent men’s violence against women.

To listen to other interviews from this conference, check out PreventConnect’s July 2012 newsletter.

One response to “Jackson Katz reflects on bystander intervention conference”

  1. The Jackson Katz interview was so amazing to hear. I work as a community educator with our local domestic violence/sexual assault shelter. I am in the classrooms 4 days a week doing bully programs and healthy relationships programs. I was so glad to hear Jackson Katz express using technology in combination with curriculum. I love to use music videos, news info, movie clips, etc. when I speak to kids. They learn so much more and it just helps them to “get it.” However, at our state level it seems most do not agree. I cannot wait till our next meeting to have Mr. Katz as my backup with what I am seeing on a daily basis.

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