In photos: Sexual Assault Awareness Month launches with Clothesline Project

Sexual Assault Awareness Month was launched at Augusta University on April 2 with the beginning of this year’s Clothesline Project.

The Clothesline Project is a visual representation of sexual assault survivors, and it includes signs and T-shirts with empowering anti-sexual assault messages.

The project is usually placed on the Summerville Campus next to the Maxwell Theatre, but this year, it will travel.

Through April 12, it will be displayed on the Forest Hills Campus. Then it will move to the atrium of the Student Activities Center on the Health Sciences Campus from April 12-20. On April 20, it will move to its customary spot on the Summerville Campus, where it can be seen not only by students but also by anyone driving past campus on Walton Way. It will remain there until the end of April.

For more information, click here and look through the slideshow below for more photos from the event.

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