Tuesday, September 10, 2013

Michigan Tech's Women's Programming Committee hosting Clothesline Project to raise awareness about sexual violence

HOUGHTON -- The Women's Programming Committee at Michigan Tech is hosting a Clothesline Project as part of Michigan Tech's 2013 Responsible Relationship Awareness Days.

From Sept. 9 through Sept. 20, campus and community members will be able to decorate t-shirts with anti-sexual violence/anti-sexual assault messages. The decorated shirts will be hung up on clotheslines around campus during Responsible Relationship Awareness Days (Sept. 23 to 27) in order to raise awareness about the dangers of sexual violence/assault on college campuses.

This event is sponsored by the Women's Programming Committee, Women's Leadership Council, Campus Victim Advocate Response Team, People Against Violence Endeavor, Center for Diversity and Inclusion, Office of Institutional Equity, Title IX Committee, Athletics and Recreation Department, Student Affairs, Dial Help, Barbara Kettle Gundlach Shelter Home, Nexteer Automotive, Norfolk Southern, United States Steel, and
Homestead Graphics.

Click here for detailed information about the project.

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