Did you know that there is a stretch of time when a college student is more likely to be sexually assaulted than at any other time in their college career? It’s called the Red Zone, and according to the Department of Justice, it’s the time between when a student first arrives on campus in late August and Thanksgiving break.
The Password: Consent campaign provides important information about the Red Zone and the tools to facilitate conversation and education on your university and high school campuses to help get rid of it. This toolkit starts at the very beginning by focusing on promoting a culture of healthy relationships where boundaries are respected and consent is the key.
Show us how you’re using the Password: Consent campaign to end the Red Zone on your campus for a chance to be featured on our websites! Send us pics, videos, and stories from your Real Talks, Canvassing events, and Social Media storms with #ThePWord.
Who We Are
Project Consent believes that consent is vital in any situation and works tirelessly every day to dismantle rape culture while promoting a consent-based culture.
Break The Cycle works to inspire and support young people in building healthy relationships and create a culture without abuse.
Our collaboration recognizes that those two missions go hand in hand. We believe that consent is an established right and everyone has the right to a safe and healthy relationship.