The Clothesline Project at Chesapeake

Originally posted on com @ chesapeake:

Survivors of domestic violence often carry their pain, outrage, and grief deep inside of themselves where no one can see.  oneVictims lose their voice completely.

Are you a survivor or friend/loved one of a victim of abuse?  Would it help to express your pain and anger?  Have you found some healing and happiness and are willing to share that very powerful renewal with others?

You are invited to BREAK THE SILENCE.

BE A PART OF THE CLOTHESLINE PROJECT.

The Clothesline Project is a visual display that bears witness to the violence suffered by survivors and victims of abuse.View this video to see what a Clothesline Project during its display. During a public display, a clothesline is hung with shirts.  Each shirt is decorated to represent an individual’s unique and personal experience with domestic violence, by the survivors themselves or by someone who cares about them.

Here’s how…

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