Take Back the Night 2020 – Final Rally Speakers Angela // Lauri // WC and VIRTUAL MARCH

The UO Women’s Center so proudly presents the FINAL night of our “Take Back the Night 2020 – Collective Healing at a Distance” Virtual Rally! Please join Angela as she addresses the intersections of Sexual and Domestic Violence and Native American/Indigenous Communities as well as the unacceptable prevalence of Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls. Afterwards, please join Lauri to close out the Rally as she shares with us the intersections of Sexual and Domestic Violence and the Disabled Community, lessons on dignity, respect and consent for interacting with Disabled People as well as her guidance for how to heal through our own journeys after trauma. Special Guest appearance by her semi-retired Guide Dog Kimble.

Following the Rally is “A Collective Message from the UO Women’s Center Staff from our Spaces to Yours” and the Take Back the Night 2020 – Collective Healing at a Distance VIRTUAL MARCH! Please see below for full details!

With Love and Solidarity, The UO Women’s Center.

LINK: tinyurl.com/UOTBTN20-Angela

LINK: tinyurl.com/UOTBTN20-Lauri

LINK: tinyurl.com/UOTBTN20-WC

LINK: tinyurl.com/UOTBTN20-VirtualMarch

*Please note that this link will take you to the UOTBTN2020@gmail.com Google Drive where the Take Back the Night 2020 Virtual March video is located (as the file became too large for direct upload to our blogs.uoregon.edu/women) and requires no log-in for a wider audience to view. Please be advised that the quality of the video is greatly improved if downloaded to your device.

(The Take Back the Night 2020 Virtual March will also be uploaded to Microsoft Stream which will require a UO ID for access. LINK: tinyurl.com/UOTBTN20-VirtualMarchStream)

Take Back the Night 2020 – Rally Speakers KW // Mandy

The UO Women’s Center so proudly presents night three of our “Take Back the Night 2020 – Collective Healing at a Distance” Virtual Rally! Please join KW as they address the intersections of Sexual and Domestic Violence and the LGBTQIA+ Community, as well as how we must honor the right to dignity, respect, agency and bodily autonomy for Sex Workers and BIPOC Folks. Afterwards, please join Mandy as she shares her personal healing and rebuilding process “brick by brick” after trauma and how as a Parent and a Survivor she teaches the importance of consent to her young sons on a daily basis.

With Love and Solidarity, The UO Women’s Center.

LINK: tinyurl.com/UOTBTN20-KW

LINK: tinyurl.com/UOTBTN20-Mandy

 

Take Back the Night 2020 Rally Speakers – UO Muxeres // Francesca

The UO Women’s Center so proudly presents night two of our “Take Back the Night 2020 – Collective Healing at a Distance” Virtual Rally! Please join Student Organization UO Muxeres as they address the intersections of Sexual and Domestic Violence and the Latinx Community. Afterwards, please join Francesca as she shares her own healing journey after multiple traumas and addresses the essential need for Allies in our mission to support survivors.

With Love and Solidarity, The UO Women’s Center.

LINK: tinyurl.com/UOTBTN20-Muxeres

LINK: tinyurl.com/UOTBTN20-Fran

Take Back the Night 2020 – Rally Speakers Olivia and Fatima

The UO Women’s Center so proudly presents our “Take Back the Night 2020 – Collective Healing at a Distance” Virtual Rally! Please join Olivia Rodriguez, Women’s Center Sexual Violence Prevention and Education Coordinator, and Fatima Roohi Pervaiz, Women’s Center Director, as they introduce and provide an overview of this year’s remote event, address the power and control dynamics of Domestic Violence, National Child Abuse Prevention Month and the impact of this current pandemic on safety. Resources for support will also be provided.

With Love and Solidarity, The UO Women’s Center.

Take Back the Night 2020 – Collective Healing at a Distance

The UO Women’s Center’s “Take Back the Night 2020 – Collective Healing at a Distance” begins TONIGHT at 6pm! Links to our Virtual Rally Speakers will be posted on Instagram, Facebook and our blogs.uoregon.edu/women every night 4/27-4/30 at 6pm! UO ID required to view Rally Speaker videos.

 

Please note: There will NOT be a Take Back the Night Speak Out this year. However, additional programming will be provided by the student organization Organization Against Sexual Assault (OASA) via Zoom following the Take Back the Night Virtual March on Thursday 4/30 at 7pm. Again, that will be a student-led discussion space and NOT a Speak Out. Please follow @uo_oasa on Instagram for more information.

 

This is a survivor-centered movement and a sacred space. We will not tolerate or engage with any actions which seek to disrespect that.

 

#TakeBackTheNight2020 #TBTN2020 #TBTN #VirtualRally #SAAM

Take Back the Night 2020!

The UO Women’s Center Presents: Take Back the Night 2020 – A Remote Movement Against Sexual and Domestic Violence! Please join us April 27th-April 30th for “Collective Healing at a Distance.” Stay tuned on our Instagram (@uo_womenscenter) and our Facebook (UO Women’s Center) for ways to engage as a loving, affirming and supportive community for survivors! YOU ARE NOT ALONE. We promise.

*JOIN* Take Back the Night 2020 – “Collective Healing at a Distance” by submitting your Virtual March Posters to have you and/or your poster featured in a slideshow after our final Rally Speaker on Thursday 4/30! Please DM us or email SVPEWC@gmail.com with your submissions! Deadline for submissions is 4/29 at 11:59pm. PEOPLE UNITE, TAKE BACK THE NIGHT!

#FeministHive #Resistance #Resilience #Survival #RadicalJoy #TBTN #SAAM

Please share widely!

Questions about TBTN can be emailed to SVPEWC@gmail.com or fpervaiz@uoregon.edu.

Women’s Center Closed 4/26/19

Please be advised that the Women’s Center will be CLOSED on Friday, April 26th following our annual Take Back the Night Rally, March and Speak Out Against Sexual and Domestic Violence.

If you are in need of immediate assistance please contact the Office of the Dean of Students at 541.346.3216.

For 24/7 confidential support and resources about sexual violence, please call 541.346.SAFE or visit SAFE.uoregon.edu.

For support and resources about incidents of bias or hate, please visit RESPECT.uoregon.edu. 

 Please take so much care.