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Take Back the Night event set

In recognition of Domestic Violence Awareness Month, the Rape and Abuse Crisis Center of Fargo-Moorhead will sponsor the 14th annual Take Back the Night march and rally Sept. 28.

In recognition of Domestic Violence Awareness Month, the Rape and Abuse Crisis Center of Fargo-Moorhead will sponsor the 14th annual Take Back the Night march and rally Sept. 28.

Take Back the Night is a peaceful protest. Men, women and children will march to honor survivors of personal violence and remember those who have not survived. Participants should wear white clothes and bring flashlights.

Starting points include: Concordia College's bell tower, 7 p.m.; Minnesota State University Moorhead's front gates, 7 p.m.; Fargo Civic Memorial Auditorium parking lot, 7 p.m.; and the North Dakota State University library, 6:30 p.m. Marchers will meet at the Moorhead Center Mall parking ramp for a rally at 7:30. The program will include a speaker and music, as well as a roll call of personal violence victims killed during the past year in Minnesota and North Dakota.

If they are unable to attend, people can show their support by turning porch lights on for the evening. Organizers are also asking churches to ring their bells at 7:30 p.m.

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