Fullerton College: A Pictorial History

In Massachusetts, the first Clothesline Project originated in 1990 as the brainchild of visual artist, Rachel Carey-Harper, who envisioned shirts hanging on lines as a fitting medium to raise awareness about violence against women. Women could tell their story using words and artwork to decorate the shirts. At Fullerton College, Psychology faculty member, Diana Kyle organized the Clothesline Project in the quad. In April 2013, students surrounded by clotheslines could pick up flyers that included a "Dating Bill of Rights" and "NO means NO". (Photo courtesy of Jane Ishibashi.)
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