Paint a t-shirt to raise awareness about sexual assault.
The Gender and Women’s Studies Club will be hosting an event that addresses violence against women from 12 to 2 p.m. on April 26 and 27 in the SU-Quad.
The Clothesline Project encourages you to design a shirt with a graphic message or illustration on it.
The shirts will be hung on a clothesline as a public display of artwork, where people are joining their voices together to combat sexual assault.
Supporters and survivors of sexual assault or domestic violence are encouraged to come.
Painting the t-shirts can be a healing process or a way to show a sense of determination to stand against violence as a united community.