No Zebras Productions offers 3 high-impact programs:
Be the Change: Engaging Bystanders in the Fight Against Sexual Aggression
Our flagship program covers lots of ground. Perfect for back-to-school and orientation programs and anytime you want to introduce an audience to the broad spectrum of issues for a complete understanding of sexual aggression and one’s ability to stand up.
Hostile Hallways: Dealing with Harassment and Bullying
This program covers much of what is offered in the “Be the Change” program but offers a deep dive and a thorough understanding of harassment and bullying behaviors and bystander intervention strategies.
The Heat of the Moment: Understanding and Mastering the Language of Consent
This program covers much of what is offered in the “Be the Change” program but offers a deep dive and a thorough understanding into consent, what it means, how we give it and how we respect and abide by it.
Title IX Programming
Title IX of the Education Amendments Act of 1972 is a federal law that states: "No person in the United States shall, on the basis of sex, be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination under any education program or activity receiving Federal financial assistance."
The Campus Save Act
A new law affecting colleges and universities, the Campus Save Act requires schools to educate students and staff on rape prevention, domestic violence, sexual assault and stalking.
New Student Orientation
Campuses across the country have begun teaching students about the dangers of partner violence, sexual assault and rape prevention at the start of their undergraduate experience. No Zebras offers creative and interactive approaches to deliver information to students at freshman orientation, engaging them straight from the get-go.
No Zebras Productions explores methods to address sexual aggression and increase college based support. Not only must professionals in the system be taught the true realities of sexual aggression, their efforts need to be coordinated to maximize cooperation, and minimize survivor trauma.
Once the system is educated, and as responsive to sexual aggression and survivors as possible, it is time to focus on programs that will heighten awareness for the university community and promote survivors coming into the system. The classic line from the movie A Field of Dreams, defines the philosophy of services before programming –
“If you build it, they will come.”