The Student Peace Action Network of Mchenry County College will sponsor its 5th annual Take Back the Night event on Thursday April 30th in the Luecht Conference Center.
The event begins at 5:30 with a resource fair and a presentation of the Clothesline Project, followed by speakers at 6:30 who will present on various topics regarding sexual exploitation, sexual assault, healing and building healthy relationships. A march outside around campus, ending with a vigil around a fire pit by the peace pole concludes the event.
MCC was selected by the national organization of Take Back the Night to be one of the 10 points of Light, 10 schools circling the U.S. who will have their vigils at the same time to show support of survivors and unite in efforts to end sexual violence in all forms. This event is free and open to the public, all are encouraged to attend.