Clothesline Project

The Clothesline Project, an outlet of expression for survivors of sexual violence, is displayed in Upper Tarble.
The Clothesline Project will be moving outside Tuesday and Wednesday, then will return to Upper Tarble for its final day on Thursday.
Blue shirts represent child abuse, red shirts rape and sexual assault, yellow shirts domestic violence, purple shirts violence because of perceived queer/trans sexual identity, and white shirts murder.
Out of respect for the privacy of the students, the Gazette was asked not to show faces in photos.


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