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The Clothesline Project Spreads Messages Of Hope Across Campus

The Clothesline Project spreads messages of hope across campus

OTC’s Counseling Services department and numerous community agencies are hosting the Clothesline Project in the Jared Family Atrium today, Wednesday, April 25 between 10 a.m. and 3 p.m.

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.

All OTC students and employees are encouraged to attend. Participants will have the opportunity to decorate T-shirts with positive messages for those affected by domestic violence. The shirts — which will be displayed 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.


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