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Photo by Brad Spicher ‘20. Students with “Listen” tape on their mouths looking to Nassau Hall.

Photo by Brad Spicher ‘20. Students with “Listen” tape on their mouths looking to Nassau Hall.

  1. Join us in our actions.

  • Bring your friends! We often will share gatherings with a Facebook event, so invite all your friends especially if they are not on social media platforms.

  • Take care of yourself. Be thoughtful about your own interpersonal interactions. Keep yourself healthy, hydrated, and safe.

Survivors: Support Us Remotely!

Practice self-care, set boundaries, and take time to recognize your own physical, mental, and emotional needs. Do NOT shame yourself for not being here due to triggers that may arise due to the content being advocated here – we are here to support YOU, so only come if you are able. Here are a few useful tips:

  • Check in with yourself and your loved ones

  • Schedule an appointment with a [free] mental health provider

  • Ask how to show solidarity during a demonstration without direct participation

  • Follow any of the steps below to support the cause from afar!

 
Photo by Elizabeth Yu ‘19. Student with listen tape on a yellow jacket looking into the camera, facing away from Nassau Hall.

Photo by Elizabeth Yu ‘19. Student with listen tape on a yellow jacket looking into the camera, facing away from Nassau Hall.

2. Pledge to withhold donations to Princeton University until they meet our demands.

 
Photo by Elizabeth Yu ‘19. Student holding sign (“Princeton who are you supporting????”) and chanting.

Photo by Elizabeth Yu ‘19. Student holding sign (“Princeton who are you supporting????”) and chanting.

3. Follow us on social media. Use #PrincetonIXNow.

Post about why you came out to support us whether you came to the sit-in, signed a petition, or interacted with us at reunions.

 
Photo by Elizabeth Yu ‘19. Students chanting, facing Nassau Hall with signs facing the hall..

Photo by Elizabeth Yu ‘19. Students chanting, facing Nassau Hall with signs facing the hall..

4. Get support from faculty, alumni and non-Princeton affiliates.

Email faculty and administrators you know, especially tenured faculty. Ask them: ( 1 ) To sign and circulate the faculty solidarity petition; ( 2 ) To release their own letters to the administration.

 
Photo by Elizabeth Yu ‘19.  “Listen” tape on a student’s hand.

Photo by Elizabeth Yu ‘19. “Listen” tape on a student’s hand.

5. Submit your Title IX story.

If you or a friend has had any experience with Title IX office, please fill out our anonymous Google Form on a computer at the link below.

 
Photo by Elizabeth Yu ‘19. Student holding a sign (“Princeton… take action to protect your students not your reputation”) and chanting.

Photo by Elizabeth Yu ‘19. Student holding a sign (“Princeton… take action to protect your students not your reputation”) and chanting.

6. Graduate students - demonstrate your support for reforming Title IX policies at Princeton.