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Fighting Violence Against Women, One T-Shirt at a Time

Muted voices scream loudly from the library atrium 'Clothesline' canvases cry out for sentiment Appropriate lyrics from The Red Jumpsuit Apparatus' 'Face Down' adorn one shirt Pamphlets discuss do's and don'ts of healthy relationshipsThe Clothesline Project, in which decorated T-shirts are publicly exhibited in silent witness to the enduring scourge of violence against women, has returned to Penn College. Among the Domestic Violence Awareness activities sponsored by Healthy Wildcats, the project is on display in the Madigan Library and the Bush Campus Center. Photos by Whitnie-rae Mays, student photographer

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