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Are you a bystander or 'upstander?'

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BEMIDJI -- A bystander is someone who witnesses an event, but does not take part. An "upstander" is someone who recognizes when something is wrong and takes actions to make it right. Most of us have been in situations that feel wrong, but despite the nudging inside, we say nothing. There is often a fine line drawn in which, if crossed, despite our best efforts to be still, we intervene.


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