Clothesline Project

Clothesline Project Spreads Sexual Violence Awareness

The event has been at UND for more than 15 years

GRAND FORKS, N.D. — Survivors of sexual abuse and violence are using t–shirts to share their experiences. 200 t–shirts, decorated by survivors or in honor of someone who has experienced sexual violence, are hung up on a clothesline. Each shirt color represents a different incident or type of violence. The event is followed by the Take Back the Night Rally,…

Clothesline Project Brings Awareness to Sexual Assault at MSUM

The collection of T-shirts will be on display until April 15

MOORHEAD, Minn. — If you walk into Comstock Memorial Union at MSUM, you might notice a collection of T–shirts hanging on the wall. They are part of the Clothesline Project, which is designed to bring awareness to sexual assault. The shirts are made by survivors and people who know one. Anyone can design a shirt to tell their story or share…

Clothesline Project at NDSU Raises Awareness for Sexual Assault

T-Shirts, Reflective Backdrop intended to evoke empathy and understanding from visitors

FARGO, N.D. — As part of the annual Clothesline Project, the NDSU Memorial Union Gallery decided to evoke a more reflective and personal viewing experience. “People would stand in front of these t–shirts and would look at themselves in the mirror behind them, and they would almost be wearing the t–shirt, and so that way you maybe develop empathy and…