Welcome to Take Back the Night

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Event FAQ

No! This event is open to ALL members of the Reno-Sparks community and we welcome you to bring family and friends for this impactful experience.

The Take Back the Night (TBTN) event addresses sensitive topics related to sexual assault, harassment, and violence. Some aspects of the event, including speakers and discussions, may contain content that could be triggering for individuals who have experienced trauma. We recognize the importance of creating a safe space, and attendees are advised to be mindful of their own emotional well-being. If you find certain topics distressing, please consider your comfort level before participating in specific activities during the event. Support resources will be available on-site, and organizers encourage attendees to reach out for assistance if needed. Your well-being is our priority, and we strive to foster an environment that is respectful and supportive.

Take Back the Night Planning Committee

The planning committee for this event is comprised of staff, students, and volunteers of various community organizations and NSHE institutions who are committed to creating and executing and event focused on supporting survivors and ending power-based violence.