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Get Safe Zone Trained!

Location: Campus Center room 306

Please join us for our 1st of 2 training's provided this month.Get certified for Safe Zone Ally Training! Learn to be a resource when someone "Comes Out".- After Training, you will receive a door deck and a certificate.

For more information about this event and signing up, please contact the Women�s Center Office in Student Services Center-223.

Special Restrictions: Please email to sign up!

For more information, contact: uhhwomen@hawaii.edu 808-932-7381

Tags: Women's Center EmpowermentMonth November2014 RaiseAwareness Sexual Assault Domestic Violence Support LGBTQIAP BecomeAnAlly Equality

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