This is How We Take Care Of Each Other
TakeCareTMU is our bystander intervention community-created program that uses an intersectional, community-based approach. Through education, campaigns and workshops, #TakeCareTMU strengthen campus members’ skills to recognize and respond to harm when they witness it.
Sometimes when we witness harm, we can feel frozen, unsure or worried that if we address it, we could make it worse. TakeCareTMU provides concrete options to act at the moment, too, directly and indirectly, to address harm. We work with communities to build specific educational opportunities and campaigns tailored to your experiences. Contact us to work together at firstname.lastname@example.org
This is how we #TakeCareTMU.
At TMU, recognize and address harm. If you are harmed or see someone being harmed, here are some ways to intervene and follow up.
The TakeCareTMU Bystander Intervention program was adapted from the Centre for Anti-Violence Education's Five ‘Ds’ of Bystander Intervention, I Have The Right To Be 5D’s and Possibility Seeds' How We Show Up program.