Thank you to everyone who came out to our Clothesline Project event in honor of Sexual Assault Awareness Month. The Clothesline Project started in 1990 to address violence against women. Over its nearly 30 years of operation, the scope of the Project has grown to include all gender identities while addressing violence, including sexual, domestic, caregiver, or hate crimes. The shirts are crafted by survivors, friends, loved ones, and allies to honor and tell the stories survivors and victims. For more information, please visit: theclotheslineproject.org
This Friday, April 27th, we will be creating denim and teal pins to honor Denim Day, a day in which people are encouraged to wear denim to raise awareness of sexual assault. Registration and details can be found on our website.