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On April 30th, 2015, Bergen Community College’s Green Dot Action themed Clothesline Project was held in Paramus, NJ.
Felician College hosted an April 13th Clothesline Project in the Quad of their Lodi, NJ campus a.m. and on April 16th, Becton High School and on April 8th, Farleigh Dickinson University held a private Traveling Clothesline Project for their students.
The clothesline seemed appropriate, as doing laundry was (and often still is) considered a “woman’s job”.
Domestic and sexual violence were also considered private family matters, and victims were often told not to air their “dirty laundry.” The concept is simple: survivors create shirts to be displayed on the line, expressing themselves using words or artwork.
Each year, YWCA’s around the country host local Week Without Violence™ events and create robust public dialogue about violence.
2015’s Week Without Violence™ initiative focuses on Domestic Violence.
The focus of 2015 SAAM was to support campuses in creating a culture of prevention and effective, trauma-informed response.Threatened with death if she tells anyone, he makes her drive the car home. Within a matter of days the case against the driving instructor is overturned, dismissed, and the perpetrator released.Later that night she tells her parents, and they help and support her to press charges. In a statement by the Chief Judge, he argued, “because the victim wore very, very tight jeans, she had to help him remove them, and by removing the jeans it was no longer rape but consensual sex.” Enraged by the verdict, within a matter of hours the women in the Italian Parliament launched into immediate action and protested by wearing jeans to work.View photos of the 2015 Traveling Clothesline Project.The 20th Annual Bergen County Clothesline Project was held on September 18, 2013. In 1990, a group of women in Cape Cod, Massachusetts wanted to develop a program that would educate their community and bear witness to violence against women.