GRCC to host Clothesline Project display

The Clothesline Project is a visual display of art created on T-shirts by survivors of physical, sexual, emotional, and other forms of relationship violence to express their feelings and stories of abuse and survival.

The shirts are then hung on a clothesline to be viewed by the public as testimony to the problem of interpersonal violence and to let those who may suffer in silence know that they are not alone. GRCC will be hosting a display November 7-11th.

If you are interested in making a shirt, just stop by the Office of Student Life and Conduct in the Student Center. You’ll take the shirt home to decorate and return it by November 4th.

T-shirts hang outdoors on a clothesline. One says: "I am strong. I am caring. I am loved. I will not be defined by what they did to me."

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