FIT supports The Clothesline Project, a visual display that bears witness to relationship violence. During the public display, a clothesline is hung with shirts; each shirt is decorated to represent a particular person's experience, by the survivor themselves or by someone who cares about them. Join us to help educate, document, and raise society's awareness of the extent of the problem of relationship violence. Shirts will be prominently displayed in the Dubinsky Center Lobby during the month of April and in the Feldman Center Lobby during the first week of April. Students will be able to see their newly made shirts exhibited at FIT's Yards for Yeardley event on Tuesday, April 17th (Rain date for the event is April 24th).
The Clothesline Project is part of Sexual Assault Awareness Education at FIT. For more information, please visit us here.
Join us on the Breezeway to make your own shirt:
◘ Monday, April 2, 10am to 2pm
◘ Tuesday, April 3, 12pm to 4pm
◘ Wednesday, April 4, 12pm to 4pm
◘ FIT Public Safety ∙ Pomerantz Center, room D-442 ∙ 212 217.7777
◘ FIT Health Services ∙ Dubinsky Center, room A-402 ∙ 212 217.4190
◘ FIT Counseling Services ∙ Dubinsky Center, room A-212B ∙ 212 217.4260
◘ FIT Affirmative Action Officer ∙ Dubinsky Center, room A-605 ∙ 212 217.3360
◘ The National Domestic Violence Hotline ∙ 800.799.7233
◘ Office for the Prevention of Domestic Violence (NYS) LGBTQ ∙ 800.942.6906
◘ Apicha (LGBTQ) ∙ 212.334.6029