You can choose from our list of action ideas, to get started raising awareness and making change in your school & community.
Become a Trained Peer Educator
This program trains high school students to deliver comprehensive peer-to-peer workshops in high schools, middle schools and youth groups to educate their peers about dating/relationship violence, affirmative consent, safe bystander intervention and students rights under Title IX.
Survivor Love Letters
Join the international collection of letters written to survivors pledging support and, most of all, the belief of survivors. SafeBAE has partnered with #SurvivorLoveLetter to have all Squads write letters to post all over school, share @safe_bae on Instagram, Twitter and #SurvivorLoveLetter Tumblr. The impact from a large collection of letters will truly be the support survivors need to report their assaults and not drop out of school.
What I Heard in the Halls
It’s simple; just ask students in your school to write on a banner or anonymously submit what kinds of victim blaming, rape culture, harassment comments they’ve heard in the halls at school. Raising awareness about these issues helps to end them!
These Hands Don't Hurt
A banner pledge where students in your school can add their handprint to commit to not being a party to any kind of violence, relationship or any other form of abuse.
Chalk Out Violence
Chalk the parking lots and pathways leading into school with statistics and quotes from SafeBAE. Post pictures & tag us! #safebae
Help re-write your schools sexual assault response policy.
Create an online or paper petition to pressure your school board or local politicians to create a model sexual assault response policy.
Host a 'Dodging Dating Violence' dodgeball tournament
This awareness raiser/fundraiser is a great way to engage the broader school community about the topic of dating violence while also raising money. You can play students against teachers or extend out to another school to compete against each other.
Host a 'Spike Out Sexual Violence' volleyball tournament
Just like the dodgeball tournament, this is another way to engage the larger school community and raise money for the cause!