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The Clotheline Project is happening this Wednesday, April 7th from 4-7 pm.

The Clotheline Project is an annual event here at the U of MN in recognition of Sexual Assault Awareness Month. People are asked to decorate t-shirts displaying how sexual assault has affected them (directly or indirectly). Advocates form the Aurora Center will be wearing purple buttons and will be available to talk during this event.

An open mike will also be available in the Whole to all those who wish to sing/dance/talk/read poetry or display art. All forms of expression are welcome. Performances do not have to directly relate to sexual assault prevention, but every performer will be asked to say at least one word as to why they feel sexual assault needs to stop.

View the Clotheline Project.doc flyer for more information.

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