The Clothesline Project is a non-partisan student organization. Survivors of sexual violence and families of victims who have died as a result of it are invited to create a shirt on which they express their experiences. Some of the shirts were created by past and current UCLA students on campus, while others were made at the Santa Monica Rape Treatment Center and SACA (Sexual Assault Crisis Agency) in Long Beach.
This display is showcased on the UCLA campus once a year and also travels to other events where survivors can share their stories. The goal of this project is to raise awareness and bring an end to all forms of sexual violence.
For more information, visit www.thecenter.ucla.edu/clothesline.html.