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Students Can Take Self-Defense Courses

Most colleges offer classes about self-defense and victimization awareness. Classes can vary from hands-on training of self-defense moves to sit-down classes that discuss such acts as sexual assault and rape in a more academic light. These classes can teach students how to avoid danger, prevent victimization, and if all else fails physically defend themselves.

Usually, these classes will give the student credit. I suggest students try to take them. Why not accrue college credits while learning about self-defense?

If your school or university does not offer such classes, I suggest you ask them to start.

What do you think?

By | August 31st, 2007 | LEAVE A COMMENT


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