Giving a voice to victims through art

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SYRACUSE, N.Y. (WSYR-TV) — The Clothesline Project is being hosted at the Syracuse Tech Garden. It’s a way for survivors of sexual assault and abuse to find their voice.

The annual display is organized by Vera House and gives anyone, no matter who they are, how they identify, or what they’ve gone through, a chance to express themselves artistically on shirts.

“It’s a way that we’re able to connect and communicate with each other in a different fashion that’s really done throughout the year,” said Alexandra Dukat, Co-Chair of the Survivors Network.

This year, the Clothesline Project has grown from a week to a month. The display travels around the community and will be at the Tech Garden until Friday.
 

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