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The Clothesline Project: End The Silence

The Clothesline Project: End the Silence

OTC’s Counseling Services department and numerous community agencies hosted the Clothesline Project in the Jared Family Atrium today, Wednesday, April 27.

The Clothesline Project is a national effort to raise awareness about the devastating effects of relationship and domestic violence. The project spreads a message of hope while providing resources to those involved in violent relationships.

Several OTC students and employees participated in Clothesline Project. T-shirts were decorated with positive messages for those affected by domestic violence. The shirts — now hanging on a clothesline in the Jared Family Atrium — are a powerful, visual reminder that we all have a responsibility to “End the Silence” surrounding domestic violence. The shirts will be on display through Friday, April 29.

Special thanks to our Construction Technology students for creating the Silent Witness silhouettes also on display in the atrium. Stop by to read powerful narratives of real men, women and children affected by family violence.

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