The Clothesline Project at UCLA

“The Clothesline Project (CLP) is a program started on Cape Cod, MA, in 1990 to address the issue of violence against women. It is a vehicle for women affected by violence to express their emotions by decorating a shirt. They then hang the shirt on a clothesline to be viewed by others as testimony to the problem of violence against women. With the support of many, it has since spread world-wide.”

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The State of Female Justice: A Panel on Violence, Intersectionality, and Hope for the Future

On Thursday, February 6th, One Billing Rising for Justice, the Critical Race Studies Program, and the Womyn of Color Collective at UCLA Law School presented “The State of Female Justice: Los Angeles.” The event explored “why women experience economic, racial, environmental and cultural violence; and ask ourselves what might real justice look like for women in America.”