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story.lead_photo.caption Ryan Boland/FULTON SUNA trio of T-shirts comprise part of the Clothesline Project displayed by Westminster College’s Every Blue Jay Can Stop Gender-Based Violence group in the school’s Johnson College Inn. The project’s primary goal is to spread awareness about the impact of sexual and domestic violence, honoring the strength of survivors to go on while providing another way for them to break the silence that often shrouds their experiences. Shirts include quotes from survivors and individuals who have lost loved ones to violence and abuse, with each color representing different forms of abuse. Westminster’s project will be on display for the community through today.

A trio of T-shirts comprise part of the Clothesline Project displayed by Westminster College's Every Blue Jay Can Stop Gender-Based Violence group in the school's Johnson College Inn. 

The project's primary goal is to spread awareness about the impact of sexual and domestic violence, honoring the strength of survivors to go on while providing another way for them to break the silence that often shrouds their experiences. Shirts include quotes from survivors and individuals who have lost loved ones to violence and abuse, with each color representing different forms of abuse.

Westminster's project will be on display for the community through today.

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