| 03.20.2018

Take Back the Night

Lifting the silence — Katy Benoit Safety Forum speaker shares sexual assault statistics at Take Back the Night

People marching silently Thursday during Take Back the Night did not hear much besides traffic’s humming engines, creaking brakes and the piercing blows of a whistle. The whistle screeched every two minutes to signify how often sexual assault occurs in America, said Bekah MillerMacPhee, University of Idaho’s Women’s Center’s assistant director for programs.

Taking back the night

Protesting violence and assault The annual Take Back the Night event gives the University of Idaho community a chance to come together and protest against all forms of violence and assault.