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The next frontier in the battle against sexual harassment and sexual assault? Bars. Two local organizations are collaborating to train bar staff –and bystanders–to spot a problem and intervene appropriately. We explore how alcohol adds to the challenge, and how all of us can learn to see the signs and do something.
- Jessica Raven Executive Director, Collective Action for Safe Spaces
- Lauren Taylor Founder and Director, Defend Yourself
- Angie Fetherston CEO, Drink Company
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