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Green Dots for High School Students

  • Believe that rape, dating violence, and stalking are unacceptable and say it out loud
  • Do a class project about violence
  • Wear Green Dot gear
  • Create a Green Dot club
  • Talk to a friend about violence prevention
  • Be a knowledgeable resource for victims
  • Organize a training for your student group
  • Look out for friends at parties and other high risk situations
  • Educate yourself and your friends
  • Use community resources
  • Organize a fundraiser for your local center
  • Put green dot info on your Facebook page
  • Put a green dot pin on your backpack
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Green Dots for College Students

  • Believe that rape, abuse, and stalking are unacceptable and say it out loud
  • Have conversations about ending violence with your friends
  • Wear green dot gear
  • Organize a prevention training for your student group
  • Do a paper or class assignment on violence prevention
  • Look out for friends at parties and bars and other high risk situations
  • Attend violence prevention events
  • Tell other people about your green dots
  • Volunteer for your local service provider
  • Check in with friends if you are concerned about their safety and get them connected to help
  • Put green dot info on your Facebook page and your email signature line

Green Dots for ALL Students

 

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Green Dots for Teachers