University of Florida, UF Police Dept Victim Services, UF Counseling & Wellness Center, Alachua Co Victim Svcs & Rape Crisis Center
Take Back the Night Rally at UF campus. March through campus, ending with an open mic for people to speak out against sexual violence. Lauren Book from Lauren's Kids Foundation will be the keynote speaker.
Join the VSU community during Take Back the Night -- an internationally held march and candlelight vigil to protest rape and other forms of sexual violence -- at 7:30 p.m. on Wednesday, April 27, on the VSU front lawn. The night will begin in front of West Hall and then journey throughout campus to hear from a variety of speakers.
Thursday night dozens of students and parents and community members gathered in the parking lot of St. Martin de Porres High School to take a stand against sexual violence.
It's in honor of National Crime Victims' Rights Week and Sexual Assault Awareness Month.
Participants rallied against domestic violence and sexual assault before marching, holding signs and chanting.
Take Back the Night is organized by students and teachers at St. Martin de Porres High School, with support from Cleveland Rape Crisis Center, the Domestic Violence Center of Greater Cleveland and Cuyahoga County Sexual Assault Response Team.
YWCA Lancaster Sexual Assault Prevention and Counseling Center
Listen, maybe share and find support with survivors, their familes, friends and community advocates who work to end sexual violence. The evening will include an opening speaker and personal stories of survival. The event is free, dress is casual and light snacks will be provided.
Victims Resource Center, in cooperation with Wilkes University and King's College will host its annual Take Back the Night March and Rally. March starts at 5:30 p.m. at Wilkes University and King's College. Rally at 6 p.m. at Victims Resource Center, 71 N. Franklin St., Wilkes-Barre. Open to the public.
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