Title IX: Not Anymore Video

Trinity College President Joanne Berger-Sweeney has made the issue of sexual violence prevention on campus one of her top priorities. This video, Not Anymore, has been required viewing for all students over the past two years. We are now making it available for general viewing, to be utilized for further education when needed. It also is available on the faculty portal.

Trinity College prohibits all forms of sexual misconduct, including sexual assault, rape, sexual harassment, dating/domestic/relationship violence, and stalking, as well as intentional incapacitation. For detailed information, please see Trinity College’s Policy on Sexual Misconduct at: http://www.trincoll.edu/SiteCollectionDocuments/Policy-on-Sexual-Misconduct.pdf. Additionally, the publication Your Rights, Your Options provides a summary of the Title IX rights for survivors and offenders of alleged sexual misconduct, as well as confidentiality levels of resources on and off campus and a list of active bystander intervention guidelines. You also may access the brochure at:

Your Rights Your Options.

Please be aware that the subjects discussed in the video may be triggering for survivors and secondary survivors (those who have supported survivors) of sexual assault and other types of violence. You may stop the video and begin it again at any time. If you need to talk to on- or off-campus resources, please see Your Rights, Your Options for names, contact information, and confidentiality levels.

To access the video please visit the link below.

Access code: 158746cv

The Women & Gender Resource Action Center (WGRAC) coordinates most of the prevention and education efforts on campus. In addition to providing campuswide training on these issues, WGRAC and SECS — Students Encouraging Consensual Sex, a student-led organization — produce a series of annual educational programs to raise awareness:

•    The Red Flag Campaign: http://www.theredflagcampaign.org

•    Party With Consent: http://partywithconsent.org/

•    Voices Raised in Power: An evening of student performances reflecting surviving and thriving after incidents of sexual violence

•    A Memory, a Monologue, a Rant, and a Prayer, a play by Eve Ensler

•    Take Back the Night: A campuswide event that raises awareness of the incidence of sexual misconduct on campus, gives voice to survivors, educates the campus on resources and prevention efforts, and showcases student talent and testimonies

To learn more about these programs or to join SECS, please contact WGRAC Training and Program Coordinator Monique Daley.

If you have general questions regarding this program or any of the prevention, education, and response efforts at Trinity College, please feel free to contact Monique Daley or Laura Lockwood.