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When the Smoke Clears: Reconciliation in the Aftermath of Violence
September 13, 2018 , 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
title: When the Smoke Clears: Reconciliation in the Aftermath of Violence, a talk with Ervin Staub
description: In this talk, Dr. Staub will discuss the role of passive bystanders in the evolution of violence and the power of active bystanders; describe his work in Rwanda to promote healing and reconciliation after the genocide; his work in the Netherlands to improve Dutch-Muslim relations after violence; the training he developed in active bystandership for California police in the wake of the Rodney King incident, so that officers stop unnecessary harmful actions by fellow officers, which has been used to great success in New Orleans in the last three years; and training students in schools to be active bystanders who stop bullying.
Admission is $10, free for students (with valid ID) and Holocaust survivors.
Event sponsored by Jewish Healthcare Foundation and an anonymous community member.
start time: 7:00pm
end date: 2018-09-13
end time: 08:30 PM
recurring event: No
event address: 1212 Smallman Street
event organizer: Heinz History Center
event website: http://hcofpgh.org/staub/