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Green Dot

 
 

Green Dot is a bystander intervention training program backed by research and used by colleges across the country. The Green Dot strategy educates and empowers students, staff and faculty to create a community where violence is not tolerated and everyone plays a part in creating a culture of respect. A Green Dot is any behavior, choice, word, or attitude that promotes safety and communicates an intolerance for sexual assault, dating violence, and stalking.

 

What Is Your Green Dot?

2016

Step in. Your words and actions have power.Amanda Harris, '16
Co-Coordinator, LIVE Greek

Step in. Your words and actions have power.Noah Eby, '16

Step in. Your words and actions have power.Karisa Tavassoli, '16

Step in. Your words and actions have power.Michael Bui, '16
Resident Advisor

Step in. Your words and actions have power.Kara Skjoldager, '16
Resident Advisor

Step in. Your words and actions have power.Nick Okafor, '16
President, Studio: TESLA

Step in. Your words and actions have power.Will Sieling, '16

Step in. Your words and actions have power.Natasha Singh, '16
Resident Advisor

Step in. Your words and actions have power.Cameron Kinker, '16
SafeZones

Step in. Your words and actions have power.Mohamed Gabir, '17
Beat Therapy

Step in. Your words and actions have power.Adi Radhakrishnan, '16
Alpha Delta Phi President, 2014;
Transfer & Exchange WUSA

Step in. Your words and actions have power.Greer Russell, '18
Beat Therapy

Step in. Your words and actions have power.Annie Pudvah, '16
Resident Advisor

Step in. Your words and actions have power.Nikki Izhakoff, '17
President of the Women's Panhellenic Association

Step in. Your words and actions have power.Miranda Kroeger, '17
Resident Advisor

Step in. Your words and actions have power.Shelly Gupta, '16
Resident Advisor

Step in. Your words and actions have power.Matt Bennett, '17
Resident Advisor

Step in. Your words and actions have power.Sophie Huang, '16
Resident Advisor

We must empower our community to make the best choices in the hardest of times.Becky Biermann, Police Sergeant, WUPD

Choose to prevent violence by speaking upZhang Liu, '17, Alpha Delta Phi

We are all part of this community: small actions change lives.Matthew Bakko, Jenni Harpring, La'Rez Wilson
 
Gephardt Institute for Civic and Community Engagement

Because caring for others matters. Take a stand against power-based personal violence.Valronica Scales and Jessica Carter
 
Associate Directors, Residential Life

Greek men &mdash let's take action to make fraternity culture a consensual culture.Rohan Khazanchi, '17, Beta Theta Phi, Leaders in Interpersonal Violence Education (LIVE)

Don't wait for someone else to do it. Intervene. Support. Empower.Yaala Muller, '17, Resident Advisor
 

Have confidence to intervene in a way that feels safe for you - direct, distract, or delegate.Lori White, PhD, Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs
 

Everyone should feel a sense of safety - inclusive of all identities.Alejandro Martinez, '17, Association of Latin American Students

Trans* and queer students deserve more than silence. We need action.Jordan Victorian, '17, Co-coordinator, +Plus (People
like US)

Let's make it our goal to team up and end sexual violence.Megan Wolf, '18, Varsity Women's Soccer Team, Leaders in Interpersonal Violence Education (LIVE)

I stand by you. Kriti Prasad, '17, Alpha Phi

It's not their job; it's our job.Courtney Brewster, Assistant Director, College Prep and Program Coordinator for Student Success Programs
 
Leah Merrifield, Associate Vice Chancellor for Community Engagement

Join us and speak out. Silence on violence hurts all.Grigg Schneider, '17
 
Nick Rafferty, '18,

One moment of action can make a world of difference.Ryan Paige, '17, Resident Advisor
 
 

The barriers women of color face when it comes to interpersonal violence are real. Our Latina voices matter.Laura Sandoval, Residential College Director, Lee/Beaumont Residential College

Step up! Create a community we all feel safe in.Michael Collins, '18, Beta Theta Pi
 
 

Step in, leap in, twirl in, hop in - make the difference!Stephan Yu, '17, Dancer, Slaughter Project, WUSauce

Speak up. Everyone deserves to be treated with respect. No excuses.Gabby Bloom, '17, Speaker, Congress of the South 40

Take a stand. Every effort of prevention counts.Christopher White, '17, Residential Advisor

Look out for each other. Stand together to end sexual violence.Chris Kroeger, Associate Dean, School of Engineering & Applied Science

Take a stand against sexual violence, as an individual and as a community.Lindsay Shoup, '16, and Norah Rast, '17
 
Co-Presidents, Leaders in Interpersonal Violence Education (LIVE)

Let's make consent sexy.Adrienne Davis, Vice Provost and William M. Van Cleve Professor of Law

We must love and support each other - lift up those who exist in the margins.Jaydee Lee, '17, Residential Advisor, +PLUS (People Like US), WashU Students in Solidarity

Silence is like oxygen for fire; speak up.Bianca Kaushal, '17, RSVP Center Student Staff

Change is only started if we take a step towards it.Reuben Hogan, '18, Lock and Chain

2015


Because 'It's none of my business' is not an option.Sommer Payne, '16

Consent is hot, assault is not.Veronica Jong, '17

Help make our community safe for all. It's on us.Mark Wrighton, Chancellor
 
 

Be bold. Take a stand against power-based personal violenceKim Webb, Director of Relationship & Sexual Violence Prevention Center
 
 

I want a community where victims feel supported in coming forward to report.Don Strom, Chief of Police
 

Break down barriers - believe in, support, and empower BGBTQIA (lesbian,gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, questioning, intersex, ally).Christine Dolan, Coordinator of LGBT Student Involvement & Leadership

We have a duty to protect our peers. Act responsibly.Anisha Glanton, '16
 

I'm using my voice to stand against sexual violence. Are you?JJ Tomlin, '17, Quarterback, Washington University Football

Be responsible. Be responsive.Georgia Binnington, Associate Dean of Students, Sam Fox School of Design & Visual Arts

It's on us to care for each other, to allow every person to live safely and happily.Josh Whitman, The John M. Schael Director of Athletics
 

Speak up and take action.Holden Thorp, Provost
 

Pay attention and step up. No one should have to suffer through sexual violence.Shruti Desai, Associate Director, Student Life

Speak up and step in! We all can be part of the solution.Jen Smith, Dean, College of Arts & Sciences

Trust your gut, and don't be afraid to ask for help when intervening. It's on all of us.John Land, Residential College Director

One moment of standing up against violence can forever make a difference.Austin Sweeney, Sexual & Relationship Violence Specialist, Relationship & Sexual Violence Prevention Center

Respect each other. Speak up and take action.Brian Carpenter, Associate Professor of Psychology, Arts & Sciences
 
 

Be supportive, be accepting, be respectful, be proactive, and be S H A R P. (Sexual Harassment Assault Response and PreventionFrom left:
Chad Callis, Professor and Chair of Military Science

Connor Euldberg, '16

Leondra Felder, Instructor of Military Science



















 

    

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