I SAID, YOU SAID
Join the jury – debate, discuss, and engage with a real-life case!
The Jury is In!
Two students meet up at a party. The story of their hook-up is clouded by alcohol. Are both to blame? Join our jury, hear the case, and decide for yourself! Where do you draw the line, and what does your school policy have to say about the situation? Our adept, compelling presenters challenge common rape myths and tear down conventional consent and rape defenses. At the end of the case study, our presenters share personal stories to touch hearts and motivate the entire audience to move from bystander to upstander.
DIVERSITY AND INCLUSION
Can use various gender configurations.
Online or in-person interactive polling and Q&A.
Handouts, discussion guide, and
vetted links to online expertise.
Data-driven impact on attitude,
knowledge, and behavior.
Learn about consent policies and incapacitation standers. Our skillful, entertaining presenters confront common rape myths and reveal conventional defenses. When is someone too drunk to be able to give consent? Is it possible for one person to feel violated and the other to believe the same experience was consensual? What if neither party can remember exactly what happened—is anyone at fault then?
Get all the answers while emphasizing how EVERYONE has a role to play as an active bystander ready to intervene.
“I Said-You Said” has been hosted for the new student orientations at Dartmouth University, Brown University, the University of San Diego, Haverford College, the US Naval Academy, Hamilton College, Holy Cross University, and many others. We have performed it for military bases, parents, police officers, corporate employees and more from coast to coast!
VERSIONS OR CREATE A CUSTOMIZED SCENARIO
We have various “settings” for a wide variety of audiences, or we work with you to create a scenario and setting that best matches the needs of your group: High School, College, Military, Corporations, Faith Groups and Parent Organizations.
- Large group audience for 45-75 minutes
- Large group, break into smaller groups (by age, gender, position, etc.)
- Large group, break into 2 groups by gender (or gender affiliation)
- Large group, break-out groups, return to large group
- 2 Handheld microphones for presenters
- 2 microphones for audience participation
“I’m going to make sure girls are comfortable so that if something is happening that they don’t like, they are willing to say something.”