Green Dot Program Looks to Change Culture Through Bystander Intervention

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The Green Dot bystander intervention concept is the work of  Dr. Dorothy Edwards.  It uses peer power and cultural influence to teach more of us how to become 'more than bystanders' and make intolerance of violence the norm.  The program has been implemented nationwide including on college campuses and schools.  

Guests: 

Dr. Dorothy Edwards, Ph.D., Executive Director, Green Dot  
Jennifer O'Connell, Sexual & Relationship Violence Support Services Director, Kent State University  

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