Clothesline Project Sends Powerful Message Against Violence

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In support of abuse prevention, USU Eastern Counseling Center along with the Colleen Quigley Crisis Center are supporting the clothesline project.

Located at the Jennifer Leavitt Student Center on the college’s campus, the project is a visual display that represents violence against women and children.

T-shirts will be displayed representing an experience by either abuse survivors or their loved ones. Messages on each shirt represent hope for the future and strength from past experiences.

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