The best hope for stopping sexual assault on college campuses may be bystander interventions, which call for individuals to use creativity and action to prevent assaults before they happen — such as turning on the lights at a party, accidentally spilling a drink, or forming a conga line and pulling an aggressor on to the dance floor. Like the Mothers Against Drunk Driving campaign, it takes the tack that drinking to excess can’t be stopped but collateral damage can. 


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The best hope for stopping sexual assault on college campuses may be bystander interventions, which call for individuals to use creativity and action to prevent assaults before they happen — such as turning on the lights at a party, accidentally spilling a drink, or forming a conga line and pulling an aggressor on to the dance floor. Like the Mothers Against Drunk Driving campaign, it takes the tack that drinking to excess can’t be stopped but collateral damage can. 

Read more via the New York Times.

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