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Saturday September 19th, 2015

Posted at 8:34pm

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The annual march to end violence against women took place this Saturday evening at Dieppe Park.

The Take Back The Night march began with a rally at 7pm, and a presentation by the cast of Rent being performed later this year in Windsor.

Participants then rallied together and marched to reclaim the streets, reclaim their voices, and reclaim the night.

“We want survivors to feel empowered by the healing process and inspire responsibility in all, and for our community as a whole to come together to support women and children who have been victims of violence,” said organizer Katie Nanson.

Take Back the Night seeks to raise awareness to end sexual assault, domestic violence, sexual abuse and all other forms of violence against women.

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