No Zebras & More presents:

No Zebras. No Excuses.

Perfect for the Campus SaVE Act prevention requirements

No Zebras. No Excuses. is a survivor-centered, perpetrator-focused Bystander Intervention program. No Zebras uses vignettes of violence and educators paired with each scene to highlight valuable information and, more importantly, what can be done about what the audience saw.

Runtime: 1:15:00 to 1:30:00.

​Scheduling and pricing can very based on availability, so drop us a line for more information

Graphics by Ray Dill, Sidedish Custom Graphics; Design by Danny Inman.    No Zebras were harmed in the making of this site.

©2014 No Zebras and More.

No Zebras in 10 Minutes

Courtesy: Ryan Kubec

No Zebras works to dispel myths about sexual assault, intimate partner violence, stalking and harassment, and provides an impactful and relatable message that can help start a conversation or be a launching point for other services.

Ultimately, the program works to change the environment around perpetrators so they find themselves unable to operate without the passive consent of the rest of society. By showing people the impact of these issues, how the perpetrators do it, and how to intervene in a prosocial way to change the outcome on behalf of survivors.

What does 'No Zebras' even mean?

No Zebras: What will you do? Using an animal analogy.

It all starts with a lion, stalking a herd of zebras.

​The zebras notice and start to run away.
The lion isolates one and brings her down.
Seeing the lion is now occupied, the zebras stop running and continue munching on grass. They glance at their friend and think,

 

"That will never be me."


But who will be next?
The zebras outnumber the lion, standing together they are more powerful, and could eliminate the threat.

The Bystander Mentality is the focus of this powerful program. Through a series of vignettes it teaches that the issue of sexual aggression can no longer be ignored.  People must stand up, quit being bystanders, and help keep others around them safe.

Why should I even care?

1-in-4 women will be sexually assaulted by a perpetrator in her lifetime.

U.S. Department of Justice, National Institute of Justice  "Sexual victimization of college-aged women"

​70% of violence committed against women is committed by a non-stranger​.

U.S. Department of Justice Office, of Justice Programs Bureau of Justice Statistics. National Crime Victimization Survey 2009.

80% of survivors experience violence before their 25th birthday.

National Intimate Partner and Sexual Violence survey 2010, 2012.

The number of rapes committed by an average perpetrator is 6.

Lisak, Miller 2002