NTA, Sachs, Wnyc discussed on The Brian Lehrer Show

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As if nothing else changes the nta says it'll be more than one billion in the red by 2020 listened to morning edition every day on wnyc did it today on the letter low pochalla look at how americans became divided over issues of sachs which led to the culture wars that have made political battles so divisive plus the story behind the supreme court case involving masterpiece kick shocked the colorado bakery that refused to make a wedding cake for samesex couple tune in today at noon on wnyc this is wnyc 939 fm and am 820 npr news and the new york conversation eweek brian lara's wnyc as we continue with our intergenerational conversation this hour for a man about the me to reckoning we heard for women all last hour uh with kawhi right from here wnyc uh host and editor of our narrative unit michael kimmel stony brook university sociologist of masculinity and political consultant and writer alexis grenell uh before we go to our next call just to put a point on the bystander conversation we were having a minute ago um man listen well in case this is helpful for the future because i think a lot of people are having this feeling that alexis articulated uh from anthony boy gain like what if i did not what did nice seeing that i could have seen things like that um so the times had a good article i think with tips for bystanders the other day and it said trainer suggest joyce's for what to do as a bystander most doubted vice confronting the harasser in the moment because it can escalate and put the bystander in jeopardy if comfortable during the doing so they suggest a bystander can say something like that joke wasn't funny another option is to disrupt the situation such as by loudly dropping a book or asking the victim to come to the conference room observers can talk to the harasser later by asking questions but not lobbing accusations were you aware of how you came off in that conversation researchers also suggest talking openly about inappropriate behaviour like asking colleagues did you notice that mi the only one who sees it this way and another crucial element researchers say as for bystanders to talk to targets of harassment they often feel isolated and observers might not know if they thought the interaction was consensual or using colleagues could say.

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