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Clothesline Project displayed during Sexual Assault Awareness Month

During April, the Minot State University Student Athlete Advisory Committee, the Title IX Office and Residence Life and Housing are teaming up for the Clothesline Project to show how sexual assault and domestic violence impact many. The Clothesline Project’s purpose is to help with the healing process for people who have lost a loved one or are survivors of violence. The event is part of MSU’s “It’s on Us” campaign.

The Clothesline Project bears witness to the violence against women. The T-shirts (yellow, pink, orange, blue, green, purple/lavender and red) will be hung on a clothesline to be viewed by the public as testimony to the problem of interpersonal violence. The clothesline project will be displayed on campus through the month of April, National Sexual Assault Awareness Month.

The Title IX Office acknowledges that men can be victims of sexual and domestic violence as well, and some shirts reflect that experience. For questions, contact Lisa Dooley, Title IX coordinator, at lisa.dooley@minotstateu.edu.

Published: 04/12/17



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