Federal complaints or lawsuits are not the only ways to make change on your campus. Students across the country have successfully marshaled the promises in Title IX and Clery in their grassroots activism and advocacy.
To help you build your campus movement, check out our resources written by students, based in their own experiences, to help other students organize.
- The Know Your IX Guide to Building a Campus Movement
- Campus Policy Toolkit
- Common Concerns of Campus Organizers
- Alumni Toolkit
Tips from the Ground:
- How to Decide Whether to Go Public with Your Story (Or Not)
- How to Harness the Media for your Movement
- How to Be a Student Government Ally
- Student Government Collaboration Case Studies
- Working with Local, State, and Federal Officials
- Resisting State Level Mandatory Police Referral Efforts
- Campus Activism Case Studies
- Profiles of Campus Activists
Additionally, we encourage you to familiarize yourself with Title IX and the Clery Act, since knowledge of these laws will likely be critical in informing your organizing. You also may want to check out some of the advice offered in our “Dealing with…” section, which touches on common activist issues like burn-out, administrative and intramovement racism, and feeling exposed.