T-Shirts Painted to Mark Domestic Violence Month

Paint a T-Shirt to Mark Domestic Violence MonthJacqueline Marshall, a second-year student, and others in the Department of Applied Psychology’s Clinical Mental Health Counseling program, is hosting a “Clothesline Project” in honor of October’s Domestic Violence Month. The project invited people to decorate t-shirts expressing their feelings about domestic violence.

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Presentation assembled by Amanda Bevill.

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