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I asked my friends and family to attend an upcoming Bystander Training to learn what they can do to prevent violence in our community. No one has to do everything, but everyone can do something!

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Saw a couple in a car fighting. You could see in the body language. He was faced towards her yelling,pointing his finger. She was cowering, wiping away tears. It looked really scary! I called the police.

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I spread the word on Facebook about how it’s normal and cool for bystanders intervene!

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I was leaving a meeting yesterday and a bus driver flagged me down asking me to drive by and check on a situation she felt uncomfortable about. I was able to drive by and dispatch law enforcement.

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I’m participating in a UAF Green Dot Training this week and posting about it on Facebook

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I stopped a dad from hurting child by being loud and saying in the carts store Hey and he stop hurting his son.

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I called 911 when I saw a man beating a woman to the ground at 5th Ave and Juneau in Anchorage. I gave the officers descriptions of those involved, where and how they were each headed, and license plate numbers.

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I report, when I see something odd and I help my friends ,neighbors and anyone else to be safe

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I called 911 when I noticed a couple fighting on the side of the road

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I posted the Green Dot videos to my Facebook page and shared one on Twitter

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I am opening a new nail salon in Homer. I will be supporting and promoting the Green Dot Campaign by offering free “Green Dot Nail Art” to help raise awareness about domestic violence in the community

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I stopped a fist fight from happening right outside my house by simply stepping outside, and politely asking not to.

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I connected a group of citizens together to help form #WeAreAnchorage. We have been involved in creating, organizing and establishing multiple outreach and awareness events in Anchorage for 2015. We are committed to ending the acceptance of violence in our community.

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I helped a friend find a safe place to go while she left her abusive boyfriend.

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While working security at an event, I stopped a serious sexual assault from occurring.

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While changing a flat tire on a woman’s car, I unknowingly prevented a gentleman from committing suicide.

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I stopped a robbery in progress at a liquor store.

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I intervened with a couple arguing at the store by asking for directions.

Hover over the chat symbols on the map to get to see some of the green dot experiences that are happening around alaska right now!
PLACE YOUR
GREEN DOT
When we have enough green dots on our map to displace all the red dots, rates of violence will go down. So let's get to some green dots!
LEARN HOW TO
GREEN DOT

Every great journey begins with a single step.

1.

RED DOTS

Rates of domestic violence, sexual assault, and child abuse are unacceptably high.

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2.

BARRIERS

There are a lot of reasons why it is hard to intervene in a red dot situation. The good news is, there are a lot of options.

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3.

GREEN DOTS

There are many simple and easy ways to stop violence before it happens and to help change our culture.

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4.

DAILY DOTS

There are small things you can do every day, like expressing an intolerance of violence, to spread green dots.

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