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Global Night Commute (Apr 29, 2006)

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Freshman Kevin Furniss spoke with Channel 7 about the Global Night Commute march. - Photo by Heather Phillips
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Freshman Kevin Furniss spoke with Channel 7 about the Global Night Commute march. - Heather Phillips
Senior Danielle Spaulding, psychology major, volunteered at the Global Night Commute by holding a sign to direct cars into the correct parking area. - Photo by Heather Phillips
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Senior Danielle Spaulding, psychology major, volunteered at the Global Night Commute by holding a sign to direct cars into the correct parking area. - Heather Phillips
Senior Danielle Spaulding, psychology major, volunteered at the Global Night Commute by holding a sign to direct cars into the correct parking area. - Photo by Heather Phillips
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Senior Danielle Spaulding, psychology major, volunteered at the Global Night Commute by holding a sign to direct cars into the correct parking area. - Heather Phillips
Katie Tipton talks with WBBJ during the Global Night Commute as Laura Berkemeyer and Camille Ransdell look on. - Photo by Heather Phillips
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Katie Tipton talks with WBBJ during the Global Night Commute as Laura Berkemeyer and Camille Ransdell look on. - Heather Phillips
Union students walk through downtown Jackson during the Invisible Children Global Night Commute to raise awareness of the genocide occurring in Sudan and Uganda. - Photo by Heather Phillips
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Union students walk through downtown Jackson during the Invisible Children Global Night Commute to raise awareness of the genocide occurring in Sudan and Uganda. - Heather Phillips
Jennifer Tharp hands out information about what the night ahead holds for the Invisible Children Global Night Commuters.  The Commute took place at the Farmer's Market in downtown Jackson to raise awareness of the genocide occurring in Uganda and Sudan. - Photo by Heather Phillips
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Jennifer Tharp hands out information about what the night ahead holds for the Invisible Children Global Night Commuters. The Commute took place at the Farmer's Market in downtown Jackson to raise awareness of the genocide occurring in Uganda and Sudan. - Heather Phillips
Bess Perrier reads during the Invisible Children Global Night Commute which took place in downtown Jackson to help bring awareness to the genocide happening in Uganda and Sudan. - Photo by Heather Phillips
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Bess Perrier reads during the Invisible Children Global Night Commute which took place in downtown Jackson to help bring awareness to the genocide happening in Uganda and Sudan. - Heather Phillips
Union students participate in the Global Night Commute in downtown Jackson.  It was a demonstration to raise awareness about the invisible children in Uganda.  - Photo by Stephanny Rodriguez
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Union students participate in the Global Night Commute in downtown Jackson. It was a demonstration to raise awareness about the invisible children in Uganda. - Stephanny Rodriguez
Students camped out overnight in the Farmer's Market in downtown Jackson during the Invisible Children Global Night Commute, which took place to help raise awareness of the genocide happening in Sudan and Uganda. - Photo by Stephanny Rodriguez
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Students camped out overnight in the Farmer's Market in downtown Jackson during the Invisible Children Global Night Commute, which took place to help raise awareness of the genocide happening in Sudan and Uganda. - Stephanny Rodriguez
Students camped out overnight in the Farmer's Market in downtown Jackson during the Invisible Children Global Night Commute, which took place to help raise awareness of the genocide happening in Sudan and Uganda. - Photo by Heather Phillips
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Students camped out overnight in the Farmer's Market in downtown Jackson during the Invisible Children Global Night Commute, which took place to help raise awareness of the genocide happening in Sudan and Uganda. - Heather Phillips
Katie Stephens and Kathleen Lokey make fliers during the Invisible Children Global Night Commute to send to U.S. lawmakers urging them to take action against the genocide happening in Sudan and Uganda. - Photo by Heather Phillips
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Katie Stephens and Kathleen Lokey make fliers during the Invisible Children Global Night Commute to send to U.S. lawmakers urging them to take action against the genocide happening in Sudan and Uganda. - Heather Phillips

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