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Date and Location

2016 Fox Valley Take Back the Night

UW Oshkosh Alumni Welcome and Conference Center

Oct. 5, 2016 at 5:00 p.m.

Schedule of Events

5:00 pm --> Doors Open

5:00 pm - 6:00 pm --> Drum Circle, Activities, Resource Fair

6:00 pm - 6:45 pm --> Main Program

6:45 pm - 7:30 pm --> Rally March

7:30 pm --> Art gallery after March (in Reeve Memorial Union)

View the schedule for gallery hours>>

Fair and Activities
Alumni Welcome and Conference Center
Walk through our Living Library!  We will have tables set up so you can learn more about healthy relationships, sexual assault, domestic/dating violence, victim advocacy, restraining orders and SANE exams.  Stop by the resource tables from campus offices/organizations and community agencies throughout the Fox Valley.

  • Design a wrist band
  • Make a sign to carry in the march
  • Add your hand imprint to the Hands Banner
  • Buy a Take Back the Night T-shirt

6:00 pm - 6:45 pm

Rally
Alumni Welcome and Conference Center
Hear from a survivor and community agency as they share their stories. Feel a part of a National event that decries relationship and sexual violence in our community. The rally is a time for us to learn more about domestic and sexual violence and hear what each of us can do to support victims, survivors, their families and friends and end violence.

6:45 pm - 7:30 pm

March
We will be leaving the Alumni and Welcome Center towards the Christine Ann Center. We will stop for a moment of silence in front of Christine Ann Center. The march will then proceed in silence to the Algoma Blvd entrance of Reeve Union.

7:30 pm

Reception and Never Silent Exhibition
Gail Floether Steinhilber Art Gallery (3rd floor Reeve Memorial Union)

Art can be a powerful way of expressing what words don't fully describe. The TBTN Survivor Exhibition will be open for viewing from TBD. Art work by UWO alumni and local artist, Michael Wartgow will be on display that tells the survivor stories and the empowerment they had to regain their lives. Come see the personal stories of our survivors and learn more about how relationship violence and sexual assault impacts our community.

We'll end the evening with inspiration to keep the community mission of ending domestic and sexual violence at the forefront all year long. Please join us for the opening reception of the Never Silent art exhibit.

 

by petera68 — last modified Jun 21, 2016 03:24 PM