Connect & Prevent

Join us for a screening of "Audrie & Daisy" and learn how you can take action to prevent sexual violence in our community.

Join us for a screening of the acclaimed documentary “Audrie & Daisy” followed by a discussion with Charlie Coleman, brother of Daisy Coleman, who is featured in the film, and Shael Norris, director of SafeBAE, a non-profit organization working to end sexual violence through empowering young people to change the culture of their schools and communities.

“Audrie & Daisy” examines the effect on families, friends and schools when young women find that sexual assault crimes against them have been caught on camera.

The film deals with sexual assault, suicide, cyberbullying and shame. It is recommended for upper middle school through college students and adults.

Free childcare is available, and Spanish translation services will be provided.

This event is a collaboration between Colorado Mountain College, Bright Future Foundation, Mountain Youth and SafeBAE.

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Connect & Prevent

Thursday, Oct. 26
CMC Vail Valley at Edwards

5:30pm – 6:15pm
Free Dinner Provided by Mountain Youth

6:15pm – 8pm
Screening of "Audrie & Daisy"

8pm – 8:30pm
Q&A with Charlie Coleman, and Discussion of Ways to Get Involved with SafeBAE

8:30pm – 9pm
Community and S’mores on the Back Patio

Saturday, Oct. 28
CMC Vail Valley at Edwards
Room 249

10am – Noon

Charlie and Shael from SafeBAE will meet with local students to identify their top priorities and then coach them on the next steps they can take to stop sexual violence in their schools and communities and change the culture.

Take Action!

If you are passionate about preventing sexual violence at your school, or interested in changing the culture at your school and in your community, join SafeBAE to explore concrete ways you can get involved. You can:

  • Be a peer educator
  • Reform your school
  • Hang posters
  • Host a speaker
  • Be a Baestander and more

Charlie Coleman and Shael Norris from SafeBAE will be on hand to discuss the priorities of the youth in attendance and provide materials to get more involved.

For more information on the ways you can get involved, visit SafeBAE