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Take Back the Night event empowers victims of sexual assault

Photo courtesy of Take Back the Night CSU-Pueblo's Take Back the Night event gave sexual assault survivors and those working to support victims the chance to come together and share their stories. Take Back the Night is a national movement that empowers survivors of sexual assault and raises awareness in the communities. TODAY videographer Freddy Correamanrique attended the event and spoke with several attendees including Jennifer DeLuna, director of diversity and inclusion at CSU-Pueblo, about the importance of the event. Take Back the Night from CSU-Pueblo TODAY on Vimeo....
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Take Back the Night event raises awareness about sexual assault

Photo courtesy of Take Back the Night CSU-Pueblo hosted a Take Back the Night event to raise awareness about sexual assault April 15. This was CSU-Pueblo’s first year hosting a TBNT event, which is a movement that started in the 1960s. TBTN events have been documented in over 30 countries in hundreds of communities around the world. When it was created, the foundation’s board members and supporters came together to unite the hundreds of events being held under the TBTN banner around the world. Women from many countries meet together...