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Peers Building Justice (PBJ) is a collaboration between the Safehouse Progressive Alliance for Nonviolence and Moving to End Sexual Assault. Peer Educators in this program educate middle and high school students about dating abuse, sexual assault, sexual harassment, and anti-oppression in schools and in the community.

If selected for this program, you will attend an exciting 18-hour training held weekly on Thursday afternoons (3:30-6:30 p.m.) in October and November where you will gain the skills and expertise to effectively educate your peers about preventing gender violence and oppression/discrimination. Training includes an overnight retreat in November. In the spring, meetings will be held once a month. Food will be provided at training and all meetings. 

Contact: Jessica Locke at 303-449-8623 or jessica@safehousealliance.org (Safehouse) or Lalo Rivera with MESA at 303-443-0400, x108 or lalo@movingtoendsexualassault.org. Visit us online at http://www.peersbuildingjustice.org/ and click on “what you can do” to learn more about our program.