A red dot is the moment it takes to harm another person and contribute to power-based personal violence on our campus. Words, actions, and choices can all be red dots.
A green dot occurs when someone uses their actions, choices, or words to make it less likely that a red dot will occur. Green dots can be proactive or reactive and they can be big or small. Anyone can do green dots on campus to help prevent power-based personal violence on campus and make Trinity College a safer place.
Watch this video for more on red dots and green dots: