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Feb 12

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A Sexual Assault Awareness Month Event

Friday, April 13, 2012, 06:00pm - 09:00pm

Healthy Sexuality and Sexual Violence Prevention

Free And open to the public

All school groups and communities are welcome!

The Program

  • Live DJ, dance, and spoken word performances
  • Guest Speakers from the Wayne County Prosecutors Office
  • Information from local Sexual Assault Agencies 
  • March around Marygrove campus and candlelight vigil
  • Wall of Hope collaborative art project and Healing Tent

Sponsored by

  • Marygrove Student Government
  • Marygrove Women’s Center
  • Marygrove Social Work Department
  • The SASHA Center

Location : 8425 West McNichols Road • Detroit, MI 48221 Madame Cadillac Building • Alumnae Hall
Contact : Kalimah Johnson (313) 927-1484 • This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. • www.takebackthenightdetroit.org

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