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We have heard numerous reports of concern about the messaging in White Plaza around acts of sexual violence connected with the events in Israel and Palestine; and we understand that exposure to these messages can be triggering for those who have experience with sexual misconduct. 


For those impacted and needing support, please visit this site or continue to reach out to the SHARE Title IX Office directly. The Confidential Support Team and YWCA are also available to support anyone affected.

Flip the Script

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Flip the Script with EAAA!

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[flyer with text overlaid reads: Learn to protect yourself and fight back against sexual violence. Illustration of 3 women standing close together each with one of their palms of their hands facing the viewer. 1 in 4 women experience sexual assault while in college. We are hosting a free workshop for all women-identifying Stanford students on sexual assault prevention! You will take part in a 13-hour program that...debunks rape myths, gives you tools to resist sexual coercion, teaches your empowerment self-defense skills. Questions? Email us at For more information or to sign up, "arrow" to QR code linking to Catered lunch provided for all full day sessions. For complaints, concerns, or participant’s rights, contact 1-866-680-2906. Stanford School of Medicine logo and Stanford Sexual Harassment/Assault Response & Education Title IX Office logo] 

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Supported by the Stanford School of Medicine and the SHARE Title IX Office.


In the spring of 2018, Stanford University offered the Enhanced Assess, Acknowledge, & Act (EAAA) Sexual Assault Resistance Education Program ("Flip the Script") to undergraduate women--inclusive of trans women--as part as of a pilot program, with an eye to implementing the program more broadly in subsequent years. Flip the Script is implemented in parallel to a program specifically for men & will eventually be implemented in parallel with a program for trans and/or gender non-conforming folks that are currently in development. This is one piece of a comprehensive strategy undertaken at Stanford University to reduce sexual violence and harassment on our campus. 

For more information about the Flip the Script and the SARE Centre, please visit their website.

Below is a photo of the professional staff from both Stanford University and the University of Arizona who were trained in the summer of 2017 to train future facilitators.

Group of facilitators

(From left to right: Grace Poon [Stanford], Rasika Behl [Stanford], Miranda Tuttle [Stanford], Carley Flanery [Stanford], Charlene Senn [SARE Trainer], Stephanie Gee [SARE Trainer], Thea Cola [Arizona], Clea Sarnquist [Stanford], Jennifer Keller [Stanford], Mike Baiocchi [Stanford], Elise Lopez [Arizona])