October 22-23, 2019
UVU Grande Ballroom



Clothesline Projects all over the world remind people of the real meaning of violence statistics that are often ignored. It originated in Hyannis, Massachusetts in 1990 when a member of the Cape Cod's Women's Defense Agenda learned that during the same time 58,000 soldiers were killed in the Vietnam War, 51,000 U.S. women were killed by the men who claimed to love them.

Tell Your Story

The Clothesline Project has been displayed at Utah Valley University each year since 1998. All of the shirts in this display were made by people in Utah County who visited the display, reflecting the reality that violence is a problem everywhere - even in Utah County.

Create a Shirt

Shirts and the materials to decorate them are available to the public free of charge. The shirts can be made at the display, or they can be made elsewhere and dropped off at the Clothesline Project at a later time.
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shirts on a clothesline


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