Take Back the Night (TBTN)

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Take Back the Night 2017

Break the Silence to End Sexual & Relationship Violence

Performances. Speakers. Open Mic.
Community Resource Fair. Food & T-Shirts.

Wednesday, April 19, 2017
5-7pm
Upper Sproul Plaza

Join us for a night of empowerment against sexual and relationship violence at UC Berkeley! Come to Savio Steps at 5pm on April 19th for a night of performances, speakers, open mic, and a community resource fair. The event will also feature a candlelight vigil honoring victims and survivors of sexual and relationship violence.

Take Back the Night (TBTN) is a student-run evening of empowerment aimed at raising awareness and shattering the silence surrounding sexual violence, domestic violence, and rape affecting all genders and sexual orientations.

TBTN is a safe and brave space of healing and support.

TBTN is a movement to break the silence surrounding violence through art-- visual art, singing, dancing, acting, poetry, spoken word, and speech.

We'll be giving out free food and t-shirts. Don't miss this powerful annual event!

*We welcome all allies and survivors to this event. In breaking the silence around violence for folks belonging to marginalized identities, we especially invite queer people, people of color, and qtpoc to share this space.

ASUC Sponsored
ADA Accessible. For disability-related accommodations, visit access.berkeley.edu

Questions? Contact Mariya Rybak at mariyarybak@berkeley.edu or Celine Liao at 19zliao@berkeley.edu
Sponsored by the Gender Equity Resource Center

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Take Back the Night 2016

Wednesday, April 6
5 PM - 7:30 PM
Upper Sproul
UC Berkeley, California

Join us for a night of empowerment against sexual and relationship violence at UC Berkeley! Come to Upper Sproul at 5pm on April 6 for a night of performances, speakers, open mic, and a community resource fair. The event will also feature a candlelight vigil honoring victims and survivors of sexual and relationship violence.

TBTN is a safe and brave space of healing and support.

TBTN is a movement to break the silence surrounding violence through art-- visual art, singing, dancing, acting, poetry, spoken word, and speech.

We'll be giving out free food and t-shirts. Don't miss this powerful annual event!

*We welcome all allies and survivors to this event. In breaking the silence around violence for folks belonging to marginalized identities, we especially invite queer people, people of color, and qtpoc to share this space.

ASUC Sponsored
ADA Accessible. For disability-related accommodations, visit access.berkeley.edu

Questions? Contact Taylor Evans at tgevans@berkeley.edu
Sponsored by the Gender Equity Resource Center