Women and men reclaim the Beltline streets and sidewalks on Sept. 19, marching 10 blocks without fear of abuse, assault, or rape in the evening, a time that's been a source of terror for many victims of gender-based violence. Take Back the Night's annual protest, which started at 8 p.m, celebrates the issue of resistance and creates a platform where indigenous women, women of colour, and Caucasian women can voice their experiences, fears and hopes for the future.

Photos by Amara McLaughlin

Published on September 29, 2014


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Women from all backgrounds gather in southwest Calgary at Connaught Park, Friday, Sept. 19, for Take Back the Night's speaker panel before the march at 8:30 p.m.