National Hazing Prevention Week (NHPW) is an opportunity for campuses, schools, communities, organizations and individuals to come together and talk about hazing in their communities, raise awareness about the problem, educate others, and promote prevention. NHPW will take place September 21-25, 2020. You can utilize the Hazing Prevention Resource Guide to understand the issues around hazing and get ideas for hosting your own events or initiatives.
- Love, Mom & Dad: Turning Tragedy into Progress
Sunday, September 20 @ 7pm ET
The Anti-Hazing Coalition will host a live nationwide presentation and discussion to kick off NHPW.
- Disrupt the Cycle of Hazing
Monday, September 21
Use social media to share the brief video “Disrupt the Cycle of Hazing.” Encourage others to ask, “Why?” when things take place they know are wrong.
- “Creating a Stronger, Safer Brotherhood”
Tuesday, September 22 @ 8pm ET
Join Davis Millard, Director of Member Safety, and Alex Brown, Director of Education and Programming, learn about ways that you can create meaningful experiences for our members while creating a safe and positive environment.
- Breathe, Nolan, Breathe
Wednesday, September 23
In May 2020, Delta Chi hosted a special presentation of the documentary “Breathe, Nolan, Breathe,” hosted by Dr. Matthew Richardson and Kimber and TJ Burch, the parents of Nolan Burch. Watch the presentation with your chapter or colony and have follow-up discussions.
- “HAZE” Screening and Discussion
Thursday, September 24 @ 8:30pm ET
National GORDIEday is held annually as part of NHPW to raise awareness about alcohol overdose and encourage student intervention. Join the “HAZE” screening and discussion to expand your chapter or colony’s readiness for student intervention.
- Values-Based Approach to Health and Wellness
Friday, September 25
Review Delta Chi’s Values-Based Approach to Health and Wellness with your chapter or colony to help strengthen your organization’s understanding and adherence to the Fraternity’s values and Basic Expectations.
If you have any questions related to NHPW, please contact Davis Millard, Director of Member Safety, at firstname.lastname@example.org.