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T-Shirts Quietly Break Silence About Domestic Violence

T-shirt testimony aired on library "clothesline"
T-shirt testimony aired on library “clothesline”
Daylight illuminates a problem that needn't be faced alone.
Daylight illuminates a problem that needn’t be faced alone.
Karissa N. Stone, a work-study student in Madigan Library, reminds patrons of The Clothesline Project.
Karissa N. Stone, a work-study student in Madigan Library, reminds patrons of The Clothesline Project.
T-shirts and markers await fresh messages of survival and solidarity.
T-shirts and markers await fresh messages of survival and solidarity.
A timeless message, silently broadcast
A timeless message, silently broadcast

The Clothesline Project, a way for women affected by violence to express their emotions, has returned to Madigan Library through Thursday. T-shirts bearing testimony to the enduring problem, designed by survivors and their supporters, are pinned to the clothesline in hopes that their hanging will lead to healing.
Photos by Caleb G. Schirmer, student photographer

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