Supporting Survivors: Clothesline Project Begins Domestic Abuse Awareness Month

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  • At the table in front of the shirts, any passerby could stop and sign the pledge to help prevent domestic violence.

Anna Moneymaker

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Students wrote messages on t-shirts aimed at survivors of domestic abuse, in an event run by Peer Educators for the Elimination of Relationship and Sexual Violence (PEERS). Some were stories of abuse and others offered support. The event began on Oct. 1, when students met in the tavern to write their messages. Five days later, their shirts were hung on the quad.