Take Back The Night

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Take Back The Night
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Take Back the Night is a gender-inclusive event to illuminate the movement to end sexual violence and support survivors. This interactive event provides a safe space for people who have experienced sexual violence and allies to express themselves and connect with supportive community. Hosted by Voices Against Violence, a program of the UT Austin Counseling and Mental Health Center.

The event will feature keynote speaker Ebony Stewart and performances by Charlie Belle and Beauties and the Beat-UT A Cappella, Alyssa Abrenica, and Loyce Gayo.

FREE food, t-shirts, performances, interactive art display, resource fair with on and off-campus organizations, and an open mic for survivors to share their stories.

Sign up to volunteer here: http://tinyurl.com/TakeBacktheNightUT

Part of Sexual Violence Prevention Month

Thank you to our campus and community partners for their support:
Afrikan American Affairs
Texas Alpha Sigma Phi Fraternity
Asian Desi Pacific Islander American Collective (APAC)
Asian Family Support Services of Austin
Austin Black Caucus
Be That One
Women's & Gender Studies, University of Texas at Austin
CMHC Student Organization
Discussing México
The Feminist Action Project
Gender and Sexuality Center at the University of Texas Austin
UT Graduate Student Assembly
Hope Alliance Crisis Center
UT Lambdas
Latino Community Affairs
Latino Leadership Council
Liberal Arts Council
Liberal Arts Honors Student Council
Multicultural Engagement Center (MEC)
NAIC UT Austin
UT Natural Sciences Council
New Student Services
Queer People of Color & Allies
Red Salmon Arts / Resistencia Bookstore
SAFE Alliance
Sage UT (Center for Women's & Gender Studies)
UT-Austin's Services for Students with Disabilities
University of Texas Social Work Council
Sorority & Fraternity Life at UT Austin
Steps for Survivors
University of Texas Student Government
Students for Equity and Diversity
Texas Association Against Sexual Assault (TAASA)
Texas Longhorns
Texas Blazers
Texas Public Health
Texas Royals
UT Senate of College Councils
UT Austin Title IX Office, University Compliance Services
Transgender Education Network of Texas
Healthyhorns - University Health Services
University Leadership Initiative
Texas Army ROTC
Women's Health, University Health Services
WRA- UT Women's Resource Agency

If your organization would like to be listed as a co-sponsor please e-mail us at voicesagainstviolence@austin.utexas.edu

Take Back the Night is accessible to deaf and HH community members. Interpretation is provided by Deaf & HH Services Program, Services for Students with Disabilities. If you need any accomodations to attend this event, please e-mail us.

If you or someone you know would like confidential support please see the VAV wesbite for on and off-campus options: http://cmhc.utexas.edu/vav/
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By: UT Austin Voices Against Violence