YouTube Livestream Link for the 2023 TBTN Ann Arbor!
2023 Take Back the Night Ann Arbor Program
2003 TBTN Ann Arbor March Map Chants Lean On Me lyrics
Take A Stand Against Sexual Violence
2023 Take Back the Night Ann Arbor is on April 5, 2023
in the Union Ballroom of University of Michigan and Streaming LIVE on YouTube
Doors open/Pre-Show starts at 6:30 PM Visit with organizations like Planned Parenthood, SafeHouse, SAPAC and more! Rally will start at 7 pm
March is immediately following through the streets of campus and Ann Arbor.
Free and open to the public
(Content warning – material could be triggering or not appropriate for young children. Advocates will be in attendance for those who need them. )
Our featured speaker will be Kyle Richard.
In 2017, the graduate & former 2x captain for SUNY Cortland Football (‘20), intervened with his friends in what was potentially an act of sexual assault. When Kyle confronted the assailant in the aftermath, the assailant shot him twice, leaving him doubtful to return to the field. Fortunately, he completed a comeback & led the Red Dragons for the next 2 years.
When his story began to spread, he received messages from an array of sexual & domestic violence survivors. This sparked his desire to transition from the linebacker role, to the role of helping organizations like It’s On Us & the sports world tackle issues of violence through prevention work.
The Harmonettes are the University of Michigan’s original a cappella group consisting of women and gender non-conforming individuals. Known on campus as the Harmas, these passionate musicians pride themselves on their inclusivity, tight-knit friendships, and innovative music.
The G-Men, founded in 1995, is an all-male a cappella group at the University of Michigan. Throughout our 25 years of history, we have performed for President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama, sang the national anthem for the Detroit Pistons and Tigers, competed in 4 ICCA Finals and entertained audiences throughout the Ann Arbor community, the state of Michigan and around the country. The group is comprised of students from a variety of majors and is proud to have a network of over 100 alumni who have succeeded in many fields. Our repertoire consists of a wide variety of songs, ranging from 80s hits to today’s top 40.
Groove is a comedic, high energy, non-traditional percussion and performance group at the University of Michigan.
We have one goal: to rock the masses. To achieve it, we drum on anything and make music out of everything!
Burlesque performance by Sophia VonStardust
Sophia Von Stardust is a multi-faceted dancer and performance artist, creator and all around weirdo. A guest workshop teacher of burlesque at The College of Creative Studies Detroit, she resides at the intersection of drag, burlesque and your nightmares. The descendant of a Vaudeville performer, Stardust is member of Blue Crow Talent, GLOvation and Heads Over Heels drag revue, as well as co-founder and producer of the Holy Bones Festival and Bare Bones Burlesque. Stardust is the chronically ill cutie with the unforgettable booty here to show you a great time!
Want to help plan the 2023 rally? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
We will be mindful of all attendees health and safety! Visible police presence especially during the march.
Music will be provided by Prestige Entertainment