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New Hampshire Clothesline Project

We are proud to support the New Hampshire Clothesline Project, a visual display that uses t-shirts to bear witness to domestic and sexual violence in our communities. Each shirt on the public display represents a particular person’s experience and is either made by a survivor or an individual connected to the survivor. The shirts are displayed every April in conjunction with the annual National Crime Victims’ Rights Day held in Concord, NH. We designed the brochure to help raise awareness about domestic violence.