Looking for a way to discuss sexual assault prevention with your student athletes? Developed by the nationally recognized Roll Red Roll impact campaign and in collaboration with a coalition of experts, this toolkit prepares coaches, administrators, and counselors to discuss these issues simply and clearly with student athletes. It includes critical clips from the film, important background information for facilitators, key questions and prompts for discussion, and more. This toolkit is a resource you can use to help educate athletes about sexual assault, rape culture and how they can play an active role in rape prevention. Student athletes have the potential to affect not only their own beliefs and behavior, but that of their teammates and the school as a whole. Your leadership will have ripple effects in the community.
This is a shorter guide created for high schools which contains significantly fewer clips than the Toolkit for College Athletic Administrators, Coaches and Counselors.
Community Discussion Guide
Roll Red Roll is a film designed to create greater awareness of sexual violence and the culture that enables it. It is meant to be a call for all of us to challenge those parts of our culture and communities. This companion discussion guide includes information on facilitating discussions; prompts to discuss What is Sexual Assault?, the Myths and Realities of Sexual Assault, and the Responsibility and Role of Men Challenging Sexual Assault among others; and additional resources. This guide is an invitation to dialogue. It is based on a belief in the power of human connection, designed for people who want to use Roll Red Roll to engage family, friends, classmates, teammates, colleagues, and communities.
Created in collaboration with PBS’ POV series and Blueshift Education, this interdisciplinary high school lesson plan explores the importance of bystander intervention in preventing sexual violence and transforming rape culture.