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Additional race information can be found at http://tbtnannarbor.org/events/virtualrace/.
Join us to raise awareness about sexual violence and lift up survivors, share information about resources both locally and nationally and raise much needed funds for SASHA Center. Options available to participate with a 5K, 10K or half marathon. You can run or walk or hike! You can upload pictures, share a sign, and cheer each other on! Can be done any time between Now and November 1, 2020 and anywhere!!!
Information about SASHA Center - www.sashacenter.org
Our mission at the SASHA Center is to increase awareness, provide resources and educate the public about sexual assault, provide culturally specific peer support groups to self identified survivors of rape and to increase justice and visibility for survivors in Southeast Michigan.
Information about Take Back the Night Ann Arbor - www.tbtnannarbor.org
Our event raises awareness about sexual violence and give survivors a voice and a chance to celebrate their healing journey. It provides a platform for local organizations to share information about their resources and for advocates and supporters to come together with survivors to show their support. We hold the rally and march on the campus of the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor in the month of April to recognize Sexual Assault Awareness Month. This event is put on by University Students Against Rape, a volunteer student organization and STARS, a non-profit organization.
Information about Standing Tough Against Rape Society (STARS) - www.stars-mi.org
STARS’s purpose is to raise awareness and educate the public about sexual violence. This includes raising awareness about the effects and prevalence of sexual violence. Its focus is also to provide information for victims of this crime so that they can get help and explore ways to prevent sexual violence. Our highest priority is to let survivors know there is help out there, they are not alone and to help them celebrate healing. We work hand in hand with University Students Against Rape, a student organization on the campus of the University of Michigan to put on the annual Take Back the Night Ann Arbor and other events through the year to continue our mission.
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