Videos and Resources

Our Speakers

Survivors and allies from the organization SafeBAE will be presenting the keynote. Hear their stories here:  

These survivors were featured in the film Audrie & Daisy, available on Netflix.  

Here are some resources to watch and discuss the film, which highlights the stories of four teen survivors of sexual assault and one victim who died by suicide after her assault.   

Here is an interview of Tori Amos on MTV, discussing the Audrie and Daisy film. 

CONSENT IS LIKE A CUP OF TEA:

Ask. listen. respect:

REsources for TEen Survivors & Friends 

RESOURCES about healthy relationships and consent

That'sNotCool.com 

Scarletteen

Love is Respect

RESOURCES for Adult allies

Love Is Respect

Strategies and tips for answering sexual health questions

The Love Is Not Abuse (LINA) Coalition

The Friends and Family Guide: This resource published by the Washington State Coalition Against Domestic Violence outlines how to identify abuse, support survivors, talk to people who are using abusive behavior, and support teens in developing healthy relationships.  

Futures Without Violence

"It Takes a Village, People"- Toolkit for advocates, friends, and family who want to support LGBT survivors of abuse 

10 Tips for talking to teens about Healthy Relationships

Coaching Boys Into Men- curriculum for coaches who want to raise boys and men who make healthy, ethical choices in their relationships

Time Magazine article: "I’ve Talked With Teenage Boys About Sexual Assault for 20 Years. This Is What They Still Don’t Know"

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This project was supported by Grant No. 2015-CY-AX-0012 awarded by the Office on Violence Against Women, U.S. Department of Justice.  The opinions, findings, conclusions, and recommendations expressed in this publication/program/exhibition are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the Department of Justice, Office on Violence Against Women.