February 27, 2014

Students Dance to End Sexual Violence

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By ZOE FERGUSON

Dozens of Cornell students broke into dance across campus Thursday to raise awareness for One Billion Rising, a global campaign that works to end sexual violence against women.

The flash mobs consisted of three groups of about 20 students each in Trillium, Okenshields and Duffield Hall, according to Kendall Grant ’16, an organizer of the event. She added that the mob was split up “for maximum impact.”

Spread across different locations on campus, around 60 students participated in a flash mob Thursday for One Billion Rising, a campaign that works to end sexual violence against women. (Kern Sharma / Sun Contributor)

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