In conjunction with the April 10 program “The Bystander’s Dilemma” (part of the series “Bullying – Changing the Culture) the focus of the Continuing Conversation on April 2 will be on bullying situations in which a bystander might intervene. 

 In particular, what keeps a bystander from taking action? 

 What, if any, role does race play? 

Are there times when bystanders can join together to intervene more effectively? 

What are the experiences of those participating in the conversation?

Ann Yasuhara and Fern Spruill will facilitate the conversation on Monday, April 2 at 7:30 p.m.

These “first Monday” Continuing Conversations offer a chance to discuss difficult topics in a safe and confidential atmosphere; all are welcome. 

(Note that library publicity has it scheduled for 7 p.m. Because that time might be too early for some participants, we’ll have informal chat for the first half hour and start the actual program promptly at 7:30 p.m.)