The Clothesline Project is a visual display that calls attention to violence against women. The project displays shirts designed by women who are survivors of violence and families/friends of women who are victims of violence. The shirts hang side-by-side to "Break the Silence" and to bear witness to violence against women.
The project focuses on providing healing for survivors of violence, educating the public about violence, and providing solutions through individual action to prevent violence.
The Clothesline Project is coordinated through the YWCA-GLA Sexual Assault Crisis Services and CSULB service learning volunteers.
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