The Sexual Assault Peer Education (SAPE) program provides an opportunity for students to play a meaningful role in moving Brown toward a culture of consent. Working with BWell Health Promotion, SAPE is one of the prominent prevention programs addressing these issues on Brown’s campus. The group is open to all students. Our student-designed curriculum focuses on understanding systems of oppression, dismantling rape culture, and creating community-based plans for accountability and change. Facilitators will be able to articulate how power underlies a variety of different experiences of interpersonal violence. Workshops, rather than prescribing how students should think and act when confronting violence, will make space for each individual group to develop aspirational behaviors which support a safer, healthier, and happier community.