Take Back the Night
Join us for the annual The Take Back the Night March and Rally with this year's theme, Surviving Together. On Tuesday, April 4th we will unite as individuals who each have an important part to play in responding to violence in our community. Take Back the Night has been a campus tradition since 2001 and its purpose is to bring together everyone from community organizations, campuses, and neighborhoods to protest sexual and relational violence and honor the stories of those who have been impacted. This inspiring event will launch Sexual Assault Awareness Month in Louisville and includes special speakers, a speak out, candlelight vigil and march. There will be a Resource Fair outside the Red Barn from 5-6:30pm with the program beginning inside Red Barn at 6:30pm. The event will conclude with a march around campus beginning at about 7:45pm.
Interested in volunteering for Take Back the Night? The most important way students can get involved is by attending Take Back the Night and bringing a pal with them, but we can also really use volunteers at the event. If you are interested, stop by The PEACC Center to sign up for one of our volunteer teams by Wednesday, March 29th !
Let us know if you have any questions by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling the PEACC Center at (502)852-2663