Clothesline Project 2021
Thank You to Our Community for Joining Our Clothesline Project 2021!
What is Prevail's Clothesline Project?
Prevail's Clothesline Project Art Installation is a display of shirts with graphic messages and illustrations created by survivors of violence or family members of victims who have been murdered. The purpose of the Clothesline Project is to increase awareness of the impact of violence and to give survivors an avenue for breaking the silence that often surrounds crimes like sexual assault and domestic violence. Starting in April, Prevail asked our community to join us in recognizing the voices of survivors of violence in Hamilton County by offering space to display the project for a week, a month, or even a few days. This project is adapted from the National Clothesline Project.
Special thank you to the Current for this amazing article! Click Here to Read!
We still have shirts out in the community and opportunities to host through May! We'd like to recognize those business who have or are supporting the project this year! If you're in the area stop by and check them out!
- The Bombshell Hair Company
- Butler University Counseling Office
- Cherish Center
- Cicero Market
- Family Counseling Associates
- Family Promise of Hamilton County
- Hamilton County Judicial Center
- Hamilton County Sheriff's Office
- HAND, Inc.
- Hare Chevrolet
- Hare Truck Center
- Harbour Market
- Great Growins
- Riverview Health
- The Shepherd's Center
- St. Vincent Carmel
- Trinity Free Clinic
- Tom Wood Volkswagen of Noblesville
- Westfield Washington Township Trustee
- Westfield Student Impact