- Body Image
- Eating Disorders
- Global Feminism
- Healthy Relationships
- Other Women's Centers
- Sexual Assault
- Women's Health
- Women's History
The 21st Annual ND Clothesline Project
The Clothesline Project is a display to raise awareness about all forms of violence in our communities and to let survivors know that they are not alone. This powerful display features t-shirts/shawls that have been painted, drawn, and decorated by survivors or by family and friends of victims who did not survive to tell their stories. The t-shirts are literally hung on clotheslines with clothespins, hence the name of this display. All of the shirts and shawls featured in the display are designed by people in North Dakota, serving as a reminder that violence is occurring HERE.
October 3-7 2016 at the UND Memorial Union Ballroom
Monday -Thursday 8am-8pm, Friday 8am-Noon
If you attended the 21st Annual Display of the ND Clothesline Project and did not take a survey while there, please click to take it now.
Take Back the Night
Take Back the Night is a rally to take a stand against all forms of violence. Take Back the Night is an international rally and march that is organized in local communities with the purpose of unifying women, men and children in an awareness of violence against women, children and families. At the University of North Dakota, the event is put on by the Women's Center and other interested persons who are ready to take a stand against violence and make the night (and day) safe for everyone.
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