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Take Back the Night 2018


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Take Back the Night 2018 is a collaboration of campus and community members, uniting to take a stand against violence. Together, we can raise awareness about attitudes and policies that perpetuate violence, listen to and stand in solidarity with those who have been impacted by sexual violence, and demand an end to interpersonal violence. This year’s Survivor Speak-Out, Rally for Missing & Murdered Indigenous Women, Take Back the Night March, and Celebration provide us the opportunity to support one another, share our stories, and raise our collective voices against violence. All events are FREE and everyone is welcome.

When: Thursday, April 5th
Who: MSU VOICE Center, Students Against Sexual Assault, Society for American Indian Graduate Students (SAIGS), Chicks with Sticks, MSU Lacrosse, Pi Beta Phi, and Sigma Phi Epsilon

Schedule of Events:
9:00am: Art Display & FACES Project Gallery Opening 9am-5pm Thursday & Friday in SUB Ballroom B
5:30pm: Survivor SpeakOut* 5:30-7pm in MSU’s SUB Ballroom B – Hosted by the MSU VOICE Center
7:00pm: Rally for Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women* In front of Montana Hall at MSU – Hosted by SAIGS and Students Against Sexual Assault
7:30pm: March Take Back the Night March will depart from outside Montana Hall, heading North on 8th Street, ending at the Baxter Hotel (led by Students Against Sexual Assault and Chicks with Sticks)
8:00pm: Celebration at the Baxter Ballroom with DJ - Sponsored by Students Against Sexual Assault, MSU Lacrosse, Pi Beta Phi, and Sigma Phi Epsilon

*We honor the voices of gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, queer (LGBTQIAP), male survivors, survivors of color, and the deaf and disabled community

*ASL interpretation will be at the Speak-Out and Rally

*Throughout the event the MSU VOICE Center will provide confidential advocacy and support to survivors and allies regardless of when or where the assault occurred.

*For more information and details, please call 406.994.7662 or email msuvoice@gmail.com