The Clothesline Project is a national effort to educate the public about multiple forms of sexual violence by asking survivors to share their experiences in writing on t-shirts.
BRAVe will hang a clothesline in the Wheelock Piano Lounge throughout the month of April. We will use paper t-shirts so passersby can choose the extent to which they want to engage with these accounts.
We invite you to anonymously share an account of an incident of sexual assault, stalking, or domestic violence that happened to you, or to offer words of support to survivors. We will then transfer your words to paper t-shirts to include on the clothesline.
Add your voice to the clothesline here: www.tinyurl.com/UPSclothesline.
This exhibit is being organized by Bystander Revolution Against Violence (BRAVe) as a part of Sexual Assault Awareness Month.
For more information, events, and resources, visit: www.pugetsound.edu/saam.
Photo: "Clothesline Project" by Lorianne DiSabato is licensed under CC BY-NC-ND 2.0