April 16th MCC “Take Back the Night”

A press release from the Student Peace Action Network and MCC Student Life:

Take Back the Night

McHenry County College.

McHenry County College.

McHenry County College is presenting “Take Back the Night,” sponsored by the Student Peace Action Network and MCC Student Life.

Join us in illuminating the darkness surrounding sexual violence on April 16th, 2014 starting at 6:00 pm in the MCC commons area with an information and resource fair.

Guest speakers

  • Sarah Mathe (VOICE),
  • Molly Horton (Turning Point),
  • Katie Gaughan (Chicago Alliance Against Sexual Exploitation),
  • Alina Ignatoff (Northwest Center Against Sexual Assault), and
  • survivors

will be presenting in the Conference Center at 6:30 p.m.

This will be followed by a march to the Peace Pole for a special vigil (includes glow sticks).

All are welcome to be part of this educational and empowering event! For more details contact MCC Student Life at (815) 455-8772 or email us atMCCspan@gmail.com.

Resource Fair Organizations Tabling:

  • Turning Point
  • Chicago Alliance Against Sexual Exploitation
  • Green Tara Project
  • PROMISE/ Anne’s House
  • CASA
  • PFLAG Mchenry County
  • MCC Counseling Department


April 16th MCC “Take Back the Night” — 4 Comments

  1. I wonder if the TEA Party would be welcome to set up a table?

  2. I’m sure the tea party would be welcome, don’t you?

    After all they agree on everything about fighting violence, protecting women, and justice & the rule of law.

    Another table that should be there is a conceal carry table with info on lessons on how to protect yourself, & obtaining a CCW license.

    Now THAT would take back the night!

  3. Since conceal carry has been passed in Illinois the death toll has already declined.

    It is the right of every person to be able to defend themselves.

    An even playing field is the only answer to those that have no respect for life and property.

    Women need to be pro-choice when it comes to defending both.

    Vigils and glow sticks are patently ridiculous.

  4. Ugh, Take Back the Night events are designed by radical feminists to push their agenda (which expands far beyond sexual violence) onto the captive student body and to villainize young men.

    Christina Hoff Summers has an excellent piece concisely summarizing how the policies advocated by the “Take Back the Night” man haters are designed to destroy the lives of men. http://chronicle.com/article/In-Making-Campuses-Safe-for/127766/

    Rather than welcome these nutters to the campus, there should be a counter protest.

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