We BELIEVE in the power of young STUDENTS
to PREVENT sexual assault in middle and high school.
HOW WE STARTED
These survivors and their families came together during the filming of the Netflix documentary “Audrie & Daisy” to help prevent what happened to them from happening to anyone else. Daisy Coleman, Ella Fairon, Jada Smith & Charlie Coleman have bravely spoken out about their sexual assaults, the public sharing of the assaults over social media, the community backlash they received, their schools’ mishandling of their ongoing harassment and how they have fought for necessary change.
WHAT WE DO
We create social media campaigns, present at schools/conferences/events, help students to start clubs in their schools, offer peer educator training certification, create and produce mission driven videos (utilizing a diverse production team all under the age of 25), and provide prevention and response resources to schools. Since our incubation, we estimate our reach to be over 5.5 million people. And we are most proud that we offer all of our student engagement programs for free.
HOW STUDENTS CAN GET INVOLVED
There are so many ways to get involved and become a youth activist with SafeBAE. We call all of our activists BAE Breakers!
HOW SCHOOLS CAN GET INVOLVED
We have developed a wide variety of resources for schools to utilize in reforming their policies, updating their curriculum, best practices in survivor response, and staff development.