ICPJ teaches "bystander intervention"
From the January, 2017 issue
"Ever since the election, people have been calling our office saying 'What can I do?'" says Chuck Warpehoski, director of the Interfaith Council for Peace and Justice (and Ann Arbor city councilmember). The callers feared that immigrants and other minorities targeted in presidential campaign rhetoric might be subject to harassment.
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