To demand an end to sexual violence and provide those who have been impacted by violence a chance to speak out and heal.
The March encourages all people including victims to move forward providing hope and promise for survival. This is an occasion for women and all survivors to celebrate their strengths and courage, to channel their energy, commit to continue to work towards change and collectively shatter the silence of violence.
The march symbolizes more than the goal of safe streets, but an end to violence period.
If you were given the chance to stand up to sexual assault, would you? What if you could support survivors by listening to their stories? Would you be brave enough to march against sexual violence? I will march this April against sexual assault, and you should too. All you have to do is Take Back the Night.
If you were sent an invite to this event, it was in hopes you will attend and be part of the organizing the march.
If you know of someone who would like to be involved, please bring them!
Invite your friends to like the event, share the event page, and let’s build support for the march.
Madison having an annual Take Back the Night March is long overdue.