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As part of this year’s theme “Healing Through Storytelling,” below is the account of a Collective member sharing why she Takes Back The Night. If you’d like to answer Susanna’s call to listen and speak out, please join us on April 28th. If you’d like to share your story and be featured in a blog…
My name is Katie. I’m this year’s Take Back The Night Intern. I decided that I needed to be an activist when I first read Sojourner Truth’s Ain’t I A Woman speech in 11th grade history. Also what happened when I was in high school: SlutWalks came to the US, politicians debate on “legitimate rape,”…
Take Back the Night 2017: “Healing Through Storytelling” This year’s Take Back The Night theme is Healing Through Storytelling. We chose this theme after a couple weeks of discussion on what we really wanted to focus on and what TBTN meant to us. Through the Collective meetings, we agreed that it was important for us…
Pull out your greatest pair of jeans, your vintage denim jacket or even better the entire country tuxedo and proudly make a statement against sexual assault! Take a photo and share it with us on Facebook at Advocacy Center of Tompkins County or Twitter @AdvCTompkins. Visit demindayinfo.org to learn more.
Join us to march, rally and stand in solidarity with survivors of domestic and sexual violence. This marks our 37th year in Ithaca and we are so proud to be joined by such amazing people. As is tradition a March will leave Ho Plaza at Cornell at 6:30pm, Textor Ball at Ithaca College at 6:15pm and GIAC in Ithaca at 6:45 pm and they will all converge on the Ithaca Commons for a Rally around 7pm. The rally will features speakers, performers, survivor speak-outs and wrap up with a candlelight vigil. Visit ithacatbtn.weebly.com for all the details!
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A first step in creating a safer community where survivors can get help is to learn more about abuse. We all have a role in ending domestic and sexual violence.