Fostering Safety and Support at ND

Gene Stowe | February 1, 2016 


Green Dot, a national program that promotes bystander intervention in the fight against sexual assault and violence on campus, unites the array of other initiatives to address the problem in a way that builds a safe culture by enlisting everyone – staff, faculty and students – to do their part for the cause.

Increasing the display of the symbol – a custodian’s pin, a dining hall poster, a classroom mention or email signature line – fosters a sense of safety and support that attracts more participation in an upward spiral of community solidarity. Green Dot also uses red dots for choices that harm others by word or action and foster a culture of violence that Green Dot resists.

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 by Daily Domer Staff

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