I wonder if it will include such needed suggests to newcomers as don't accept invitations from strangers on dark streets and learn to operate gadgets from your pockets instead of waving them like a target in Duck Hunt.
Here's the official details provided by Council member James' office:
A Self-Defense Awareness Event will be held on Sunday March 29th, from 3:00 pm until 5:00 pm at Long Island University, in the Arnold & Marie Schwartz Gymnasium (the former Paramount Theater), located on DeKalb Avenue at Flatbush Avenue Extension in Brooklyn.
Participants include representatives from the Office of Brooklyn District Attorney Charles Hynes, the 88th Police Precinct, as well as certified self-defense instructors from Embora Wellness and Movement Studio - www.embora.com, who will lecture and lead the class.
Please come listen, learn, and practice self protection & safety tips, as well as self-defense techniques with the community.
This Event Co-Sponsored by:
Council Member Letitia James
The Brooklyn Campus of Long Island University
Embora Wellness and Movement Studio - www.embora.com
The Fort Greene/Clinton Hill Public Safety Task Force
Contact: Amyre Loomis at (718) 260-9191, and (646) 201-8183