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The Clothesline Project

Share the healing process with survivors of sexual and domestic abuse. The display begins at noon on Fri, April 25 and is open during library hours through 3 pm on Sunday, April 28.
When Apr 25, 2013 12:00 PM to
Apr 28, 2013 03:00 PM
Where Community Room
Contact Name
Contact Phone 563-927-1524
Attendees Mature teens and adults
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Join Riverview Center at the Independence Public Library April 25-28th to view the clothesline project,
a traveling public art display created by survivors of sexual and domestic abuse to share their stories on
their road to healing. 1 in 3 women and 1 in 5 men in Iowa will experience sexual or domestic violence in
their lifetimes – learn the stories behind the statistics to empower survivors in our community.

Blank t-shirts and other supplies will also be on hand for sexual and domestic abuse survivors visiting the
display to decorate their own shirt to contribute to this project.

For more information about this event, please contact Joy Jager at joy@riverviewcenter.org or 563-927-
1524.

 

More about the Riverview Center:

Riverview Center is a nonprofit agency committed to providing free, compassionate, client-centered
care for individuals affected by sexual and domestic violence in the tri-state area. Regardless of means,
our clients receive high-quality, professional services, including 24-hour crisis hotlines; legal, medical,
and general advocacy; counseling by master’s degree level therapists; transition assistance for domestic
violence survivors; professional trainings; and violence prevention education programming. Our
educational programs and professional trainings are available to all area schools, community groups, and
businesses.

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