Clothesline Project

11:00 AM  - 1:00 PM
Tuesday Apr 16, 2013
Bateman Plaza, Ruth Stricker Dayton Campus Center

The Clothesline Project seeks to address the issue of violence against people. It is a vehicle for people affected by violence, their families, friends and allies to express their emotions and stories by decorating shirts. These shirts are displayed on a clothesline as a testimony to the problem of violence against people in our community. 

The T-Shirts will be on display on Bateman Plaza Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday the 16th, 17th, and 18th from 11am-1pm. FIA*STARSA and the GSRC will be having T-Shirt making sessions where people or families, friends and allies of those who have been affected by violence can decorate a shirt in a safe, affirming environment. Supplies and T-shirts will be provided. Our T-shirt making session will be on Sunday, April 14 from 7pm-midnight in the GSRC (lower level of Kagin) If you would prefer to make a shirt at home email by April 12 to receive materials by SPO. Please return shirt and supplies to the GSRC by April 15.

This event is for: Students

Sponsored By: Feminists in Action (FIA) / Students Together Against Rape and Sexual Assualt (STARSA)

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