Take Back the Night offers an opportunity for survivors of abuse to join with others of all races, cultures, backgrounds and experiences to combine the strength of their voices to declare an end to violence.
Each year, the event includes a speaker, a candlelight vigil to memorialize victims, a brief march, and information tables from organizations involved in helping violence survivors.
Over the past 20 years, Take Back the Night has advocated for women who have suffered […]
As a nationwide speaker, educator and storyteller on power-based violence Karli Johnson not only “knows her stuff”, […]
Thank you to our 2016 sponsors for your generous financial support and for helping local agencies that […]
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October 1, 2015 By Bob Okon for The Herald-News
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4:30 pm @ St. John Lutheran Church