In observance of Domestic Violence Awareness Month, the Counseling Center and Step Up Griffs Peer Educators are bringing the Clothesline Project to campus. The Clothesline Project is a powerful visual display of t-shirts decorated by survivors and loved ones of sexual and domestic violence.
Inspired by the AIDS quilt, visual artist Rachel Carey-Harper launched the Clothesline Project in 1990, using the concept of t-shirts hanging on a clothesline as a way to raise awareness and to provide support to those affected by violence. For more information on the Clothesline Project, click here.
T-shirts will be on display throughout our main campus and on the first floor of the library, October 21-25.
Submitted by: Charita Price, counselor, Counseling Center