Students are hanging shirts and jeans on clotheslines this week in the Lower Quad, but they’re not doing laundry.
The display is part of a nationwide project to help build awareness about domestic violence and sexual assault directed toward women. Students are encouraged to make their own designs on shirts with various colors, each of which represents a different type of gender-based violence.
The clothesline project was started in the 1990s in Massachusetts.
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