A.V. Flox took a break from tech and science journalism to learn how to confront harm, help those who have been harmed, and support those who caused the harm to own the impact of their actions, do repair, and begin the work to change. Using her own lessons and failures as a guide, A.V. weaves science and best practices, bringing readers frameworks and tangible tools they can use to confront harm in their lives. She has written for the Los Angeles Times, Village Voice, LA Weekly, Motherboard and Gizmodo. Disrupting the Bystander is her first book.