UMBC Students Take a Stand Against Sexual Assualt.

Sexual Assault survivors share their stories at UMBC’s Take Back the Night on April 15, 2014. After the speeches, UMBC students marched in support of survivors.


UMBC Students fill seats on the Commons Main Drive and wait for “Take Back the Night” to begin.


Students listen to sexual assault survivors tell their stories and how they deal with their pasts.


T-shirts created by survivors that tell their stories. These were entered into a contest and voted on.


Some of the signs used in the March Against Sexual Violence from the Commons Main Street to the Sports Zone.


Students forming the marching block for the march. Students chanted “Whatever we wear, where ever we go, yes means yes, no means no.”


The Solidarity Performance in the Sports Zone after the march. The set featured UMBC’s own Last to Fire.



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