This interactive program covers the definitions of sexual assault and consent, social myths surrounding sexual assault, the profile of the most common perpetrator found on college campuses, information on drugs used to facilitate sexual assault, bystander intervention strategies, and how to help a survivor. This program also includes a Survivor's Account*. During this portion of the program a survivor will share their personal story, adding an emotional depth by providing the audience with a real account of the impact sexual assault can have on an individual.*Not always available. Survivor's Account will depend on the availability of the survivor.Domestic Violence/Intimate Partner Violence ProgramApproximate time: 45-60 minutes
This interactive program covers the myths and realities of Domestic Violence/Intimate Partner Violence, discussing how and why people stay and struggle to leave these relationships, the differences between healthy and DV/IPV relationships, and how to help someone in a Domestic Violence/Intimate Partner Violence relationship.The Box ExerciseApproximate Time: 45-60 minutes
This highly interactive program sheds light on the power structures and societal attitudes enforced by everyday language that helps create a rape-accepting culture. This program can be added to other programs upon request.
Explicit language is present frequently throughout the program as a reflection of cultural words and phrases present in society today. Stalking ProgramApproximate Time: 45-60 minutes
This program details stalking. It's definition, safety considerations, stalking in the media, the patterns of behavior associated with it, and ways to help.Sexual Aggression in the LGBTQ+ CommunityApproximate Time: 45-60 minutes
This presentation covers sexual assault and intimate partner violence within the LGBTQ+ community, related statistics, intersectionality, reasons for not reporting, as well as support and resources.
No Zebras, No Excuses Orientation ProgramApproximate Time: 1 hour 30 minutes - 2 hours
This presentation is composed of a series of scenes and discussions that cover the topics of sexual aggression. These topics include domestic violence, intimate partner violence, sexual assault, harassment, stalking, bystander intervention, as well as facts and statistics for college campuses.
Outside of Central Michigan University’s annual Community and Campus Living Orientation, all other requests for this program should now be directed to the professional group No Zebras and More
. Please contact them for more information and to check pricing and availability.