Proactive Green Dots

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  • Display a Green Dot poster in your hall, office, or on your door
  • Educate yourself about power-based personal violence
  • Wear Green Dot gear
  • Have a conversation with your peers about how this issue is important to you
  • Create/Join a Facebook Green Dot group
  • Tell your friends about a time how you intervened
  • Post a bystander link or bystander video on Twitter and Facebook
  • Retell a cool Green Dot story you heard
  • Participate/Volunteer in an awareness event...and bring a friend
  • Have campus and local resources' numbers saved in your phone
  • Refer someone to a Green Dot Overview Speech or Bystander Intervention training
  • Write a letter to the editor of your local newspaper about bystander intervention and why it's important
  • Discuss with others a situation portrayed in the media that might support a culture of PBPV (power-based personal violence) and explain why it upsets you