Safe Passage invites you to “Take Back The Night” and take a stand against sexual violence in our community. They will begin with a brief rally this Tuesday, April 29th, 2014, at 7pm at 615 N. First St., the First Congregational Church in DeKalb, and march to downtown DeKalb, making the message clear: Everyone deserves to be safe from sexual violence, “whatever we wear, wherever we go!” Following the march, there will be a Survivor Speak-out—a chance for survivors to share and for community members to express their solidarity.
The Take Back the Night and Survivor Speak Out event is expected to end about 9pm. For questions please contact: Marj Askins 815-756-5228 or email@example.com. It is the mission of Safe Passage to reduce or prevent domestic violence and sexual assault in DeKalb County. Visit Safe Passage’s website now to learn more about DeKalb’s domestic violence shelter.