Clothesline Project Honors Victims of Violence


Jolie Nguyen, Staff Writer

The Counseling Center held the Clothesline Project to honor victims of domestic and sexual violence on both the Statesboro and Armstrong Campus starting on Feb. 22 until Feb. 26.

The Clothesline Project is a display of colored t-shirts on a clothing line with each color representing different meanings: pink for the survivors of rape and assault, yellow for the survivors of domestic violence, blue for the survivors of child sexual abuse, purple for the survivors of abuse due to sexual orientation, gray for new advocate for ending violence, and white for remembering a murder victim. 

Students at the Armstrong campus can find the Clothesline Project in 3 different locations: at the Lane Library, at the Learning Commons and in the Student Union.

Check out the gallery to view pictures of the displays in these locations.