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Diversity & Inclusion Presents: Maxwell Murray of the University of Denver

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Name: Diversity & Inclusion Presents: Maxwell Murray of the University of Denver
Date: August 13, 2021
Time: 9:00 AM - 10:30 AM MDT
Registration: Register Now
Event Description:

Preventing Targeted Violence 101 
This 101 training is an introduction to the issue of targeted violence and violent extremism in Colorado, with an emphasis on foundational mental health approaches to supporting those who are targeted and engaging with those who are at risk to engage in targeted violence. 

It focuses on preventative practices to keep all involved safe, and aims to strengthen not only a community’s understanding of the issue but also their knowledge of available resources and supports. The 101 is a precursor to trainings that offer more advanced mental health and safety approaches to prevention.  
Key Take-Aways: 
Targeted violence is a broad category and is prevalent in Colorado 
Preventing targeted violence involves awareness, collective understanding of available resources, plans to share information and access support, community-wide buy in to confront the problem when it occurs, and close individuals who can engage those who may be at risk to engage in targeted violence. 

The Colorado Resilience Collaborative (CRC) is made up of clinicians, researchers, and students with varying backgrounds and experience across mental health, public health, and public policy sectors.  They focus on strengthening a community’s ability to prevent targeted violence, and interrupt involvement in violent extremism, through training, consultation, and technical support.  
Aurora Chamber of Commerce Diversity & Inclusion Mission: to promote diversity and inclusion in the business community through education, outreach, networking, mentoring and recognition programs that engage our entire community and support our business leaders.
Aurora Chamber of Commerce Diversity & Inclusion Vision: to transform our diverse business communities into environments where all businesses are valued for their uniqueness and differences, and are confident that their contributions matter.
Aurora Chamber of Commerce Diversity & Inclusion Purpose: to encourage business to business networking, improving the business climate and making this community prosperous, economically attractive and desirable as a place to work, live and buy local.

The Diversity and Inclusion Council is sponsored by Pinnacol Assurance.
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You must register for all Zoom meetings. Once registration is complete, the Zoom link will be emailed to you. 

Please note: Registration is not required for the bi-monthly resources that are emailed to our council members. 

If you do not currently receive emails from the Aurora Chamber of Commerce regarding Diversity & Inclusion resources, please contact DeeDee Poole to learn more about how to register. 
Date/Time Information:
The Aurora Chamber of Commerce Diversity & Inclusion Council meets Bi-Monthly on the 2nd Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. On the months that we do not meet, video resources will be emailed to our council members.

Diversity & Inclusion Schedule for the Remainder of 2021:
September 10, 2021 – Video Resources emailed.
October 8, 2021 – Guest Speaker. Registration required.
November 12, 2021 –  Video Resources emailed. 
December 10, 2021 – Guest Speaker. Registration required.
Contact Information:
DeeDee Poole
FREE to Chamber members; Guests inquire
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