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Breaking Our Silence

Wednesday, September 23, 2020
Classroom Sessions

When good people are silent, they allow racism, sexism, homophobia, transphobia, and all other forms of oppression to persist unchallenged. Fire service personnel should be inspired and equipped to provide respectful support and advocacy, rooted in justice, for their colleagues and all communities they serve. Personnel must also be trained and empowered to intervene in oppressive or hurtful behaviors they witness. In this class, participants will practice their skills of intervening in oppressive behaviors while working to rebuild trust using real-life fire service scenarios.

Speakers
Angela Hughes, Captain (Ret.) and Past President, Women in Fire - Baltimore County (MD) Fire Department; Women in Fire

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