By Morgan VanWickler – Art Director
The shirts made by survivors as part of the Clothesline Project were displayed at Arnow Quad and the Glow Lounge. Photo by Morgan VanWickler
In October 1981, the first “Day of Unity” was held by the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence, which was later converted into Domestic Violence Awareness month in 1987. The month is dedicated to supporting survivors with getting the help and healing they need. More…
The Clothesline Project was organized by Professor Karin Raye and several student athletes to raise awareness about domestic violence. Students could sign a t-shirt and share their personal stories about domestic violence. Check out our video with Lasell College Television here:
By Krista DeJulio – Features Editor
Professor Karin Raye’s Domestic Violence Advocacy class is participating in the national campaign It’s On Us to end domestic violence and sexual assault. The campaign was created by the White House in January 2014 and was launched in April of the same year to raise awareness and to protect men and women from sexual assault on college campuses.