NH assault highlights bystander education program
A University of New Hampshire program that teaches onlookers how to intervene in potentially dangerous situations is getting more attention after two recent attacks, one on campus and one across the country.
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Since: Oct 09
#1 Nov 25, 2009
people don't want to get involved because every thing is so blown out of proportion. after they have been educated they will learn to walk the other way and say i dident see anything. education does not stop things being over blown.
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