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RFC Presentation

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Sponsored by OASIS and
the ASU Office of the Dean of Students

The Red Flag Campaign
Before we begin please read the following:
For More Information:

This presentation is meant to generate thought and discussion. We recognize that these topics contain sensitive material. Unfortunately, many of you may have had personal experience with sexual assault or relationship violence. Through the course of this discussion, dialogue may occur that causes an emotional reaction. If you find that you need to leave the room at any time, please do so. Your self care is very important to us. Likewise, as an audience member, please show respect and care when others are sharing their thoughts and reactions. Thank you.
What are some examples of red flags?

Where do you see them?

What would encourage you to intervene?

What would deter you?
Break Out Session!
To say something about a Red Flag, you must:
Being an Active Bystander
Role Play Scenario
Breakout Session!

Join us on Facebook and Instagram
Red Flag Campaign (AppState) -
@redflagcampaignappstate -
and get more information at:
redflag.appstate.edu

Thank YOU!
Jessica Pittman Dale
Prevention Coordinator, OASIS
828-264-1532 * prevention@oasisinc.org

Ellen Hartman
Assistant Director of Student Conduct
828-262-2704* hartmanep@appstate.edu
Objectives:

-Explore trends in interpersonal violence and college students

-Address some possible Red Flags

-Practice speaking out against interpersonal violence

-Become an active bystander, not a bystander!
Rape is NEVER the victim's fault. No one ever asks to be raped or does anything to deserve rape. The blame lies solely with the perpetrator.
Survey
Students were asked about attitudes, perceptions, and behaviors around:
Peer Pressure
Sexual Assault
Alcohol & Drug Use
Harassment
Dating Violence

Question:
What percent of students thought that something should be done if they witnessed someone in a risky situation?
95% of students believe something should be done to intervene in a problematic situation
1) Notice the Red Flag

2) Interpret the Red Flag as a problem

3) Assume personal responsibility

4) Know what to say or do

5) Say or do it!
Strategies for being an Active Bystander
Breakout Session!
Red Flag Scenarios
Why is it a red flag?
What could you do?
1) Clarification
2) Humor
3) Bring It Home
4) Get help
You’re heading back to your residence hall after way too many hours in the library. In the parking lot nearby, you see a classmate of yours holding a woman by the wrist while she seems to be pulling away. She’s laughing, but it appears to be out of nervousness rather than enjoyment. Although you can’t hear what’s being said, it seems that he has a tight hold on her wrist and is trying to pull her toward him.
What does a healthy relationship look like?
Action Steps
1) Don't joke about sexual assault, this can trivialize the severity of rape

2) Tell your friends that they deserve to be in happy, healthy relationships. Hold your friends accountable if they display controlling, manipulative, or coercive traits.

3) JOIN THE CAUSE! Like us on Facebook and follow us on Instagram @redflagcampaignappstate and Facebook Red Flag Campaign (AppState) for more information and to become involved!
What is interpersonal violence?
-the intentional use of physical force or power, threatened or actual, against a person or group that results in or has a high likelihood of resulting in injury, death, psychological harm, maldevelopment or deprivation.
What is sexual violence?
-Sexual violence (SV) is any sexual act that is perpetrated against someone's will. SV encompasses a range of offenses, including a completed non consensual sex act (i.e., unwanted or inappropriate touching), and non-contact sexual abuse (e.g., stalking, threatened sexual violence, exhibitionism, verbal sexual harassment).
What is consent?

What does it look like?

What does it sound like?


In pairs, guess what the data says:


1) About ___% of rapes are committed by someone known to the victim?

2) About ___% of assaults on a college campus involve the use of alcohol?

3) ___ out of 5 college students have experienced sexual harassment in their school years.

4) ___% of college students have been or are currently in an abusive dating relationship.

1) About75% of rapes are committed by someone known to the victim.

2) About75% of assaults on a college campus involve the use of alcohol.

3) 4 out of 5 college students have experienced sexual harassment in their school years.

4) 32% of college students have been or are currently in an abusive dating relationship.
1) About 90% of rapes are committed by someone known to the victim.

2) About 75% of assaults on a college campus involve the use of alcohol.

3) 4 out of 5 college students have experienced sexual harassment in their school years.

4) 32% of college students have been or are currently in an abusive dating relationship.
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