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  • UNC students raise money and awareness of sexual violence

    Members from Sigma Phi Society and Kappa Kappa Gamma Sorority organized the fourth annual "It's On Us" rally to raise awareness of sexual assault and raise funds for the Orange County Rape Crisis Center on Wednesday April 12, 2017 in Chapel Hill, NC. Participants listened to a variety of speakers, signed a pledge, marched one mile around campus, received a meal, and engaged in discussion groups.

UNC students raise money and awareness of sexual violence

Members from Sigma Phi Society and Kappa Kappa Gamma Sorority organized the fourth annual "It's On Us" rally to raise awareness of sexual assault and raise funds for the Orange County Rape Crisis Center on Wednesday April 12, 2017 in Chapel Hill, NC. Participants listened to a variety of speakers, signed a pledge, marched one mile around campus, received a meal, and engaged in discussion groups.
Casey Toth ctoth@heraldsun.com