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March 27, 2003

Images from the 4th Annual "Take Back the Night" Rally and March Sponsored by the Sexual Assault Task Force
Thursday, March 27, 2003, Centenary Band Shell
Guest speaker: Judge Emily Goodman of New York

The fourth annual "Take Back the Night" March began with speakers in the Hargrove Memorial Amphitheatre at Centenary. The event was sponsored by the Sexual Assault Task Force in cooperation with the YWCA of Northwest Louisiana, Centenary College of Louisiana, the United Way of Northwest Louisiana, and Sodexho.

Guest speaker Judge Emily Goodman, New York Supreme Court judge and women's rights advocate, meets Centenary students.

Judge Goodman visits with Centenary professor Dr. Lisa Nicoletti.

Judge Goodman sports a "People Unite. Take Back the Night Shirt."

Judge Goodman addresses the crowd.

Joy Aull of the Centenary Department of Public Safety instructs the attendees on the logistics of the march around campus.

Zeke Aull, Centenary's director of public safety, adjusts the sign for the march leaders.

Desiree Earle, Violence Against Women coordinator for the Centenary College Department of Public Safety; Judge Goodman; Fred Scott, Centenary's vice president of finance and administration; and Dr. Nicoletti prepare to lead the marchers.

Marchers carry signs promoting Sexual Assault Awareness Month.

Night falls on Centenary Band Shell.


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