Date/Time
Date(s) - Monday, December 3rd, 2018
6:30 pm - 8:00 pm

Location
Lincoln High School

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Violence in and around our community creates stress and trauma, even if you are not directly involved. Learn what trauma is, its effects, how to recognize it, and healthy ways to cope with trauma while still being an advocate for your community.

This workshop is part of the Building Trust Partnership Southeastern Cohort education series “An Empowered Community Working to Change Police Relations”. The Building Trust Partnership supports religious leaders in San Diego who are working to improve relationships between community members and law enforcement. These cohorts design and implement initiatives that have the power to change the dynamics between police and communities to make our neighborhoods safer.  The Building Trust Partnership cohort in Southeastern San Diego has created a community education series to empower the residents of Southeastern San Diego to better understand and engage with law enforcement. We hope you will join us for one or all of the events in this six-part series.

Info and RSVP: bit.ly/BTPinSE

Building Trust Partnership
Kroc Institute for Peace and Justice