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Take Back The Night

Location: Campus Center Plaza

Come protest against domestic violence and join us in a march around the university with security to promote awareness on wanting a safer campus to be on. Afterward, enjoy some free food and refreshments from Milly's Sandwich Shop sponsored through UHHSA. We will also have time for people to speak, as well as slam poetry.

For more information, contact: uhhwomen@hawaii.edu (808) 932-7381

Tags: Women's Center

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