A gender-inclusive event to illuminate the movement to prevent sexual violence and support survivors. Join us for free food, performances, interactive art installation, resource fair and an open mic for survivors to share their stories. Free sapling trees provided by the UT Environmental Center Tree Nursery.
Take Back the Night 2014 features keynote speaker Luz Guerra, who has worked against violence and for the human rights for over 30 years. As a young activist, she was at the first “Take Back the Night” march in San Francisco in 1978, and over the years she's worked in many capacities to incorporate women’s rights, LGBT rights, and indigenous rights into the global human rights framework.
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