The Clothesline Project, displayed in the Forum on April 10 is made up of t-shirts created by survivors of violence, or created in honor of someone who has experienced violence.
The purpose of the project is to give people affected by domestic violence, sexual assault or other forms of violence a way to anonymously express their experiences and emotions on t-shirts that are hung on a clothesline.
Each shirt color represents something different. The national project, which is coordinated by WILL* students each year, provides a visual reminder that violence still exists in our community.
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