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[2014 Clothesline Project]

Description: A photograph of of shirts on display for the Clothesline Project, meant to spread awareness about domestic violence and abuse as well as sexual assault. They are hanging on a makeshift clothesline set up in the UNT Library Mall. A student is walking past and the construction barriers outside the Student Union are visible in the distance.
Date: April 10, 2014
Creator: University of North Texas. Multicultural Center.
Location Info:
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[2014 Clothesline Project display 1]

Description: A photograph of of shirts on display for the Clothesline Project, meant to spread awareness about domestic violence and abuse as well as sexual assault. They are laid out on a flat board standing in the UNT Library Mall. There are several colors and each one is unique. The first row reads "HATRED is a very underestimated emotion", "--- STAND up 4 Me; Protect Me; Educate others; Advocate 4 Me; Know the signs; Understand it; Prevent It; Kim, Liz", Family should show [heart] Not Make It". The second row reads "STRENGTH [flower] COURAGE", "'People with CLENCHED fists can not SHAKE hands.' Indira Gandhi", and "Physical Pain is Temporary But the Pain You Cause Will Be With Me Forever, O. Garay, [U.S.A. flag]". The third row reads "bruises DON'T equal love. KEEP YOUR HANDS TO YOURSELF", "no more Silence; end the Violence", and "You're Not ALONE" with a drawing of a girl and a boy reaching out to each other and a teddy bear on it. The final row reads "Life is more than your situation Its the victories you've accomplished", "-strong survivor I will be" with happy faces drawn on, and "Be Strong. Speak OUT!" with hearts drawn on it.
Date: April 10, 2014
Creator: University of North Texas. Multicultural Center.
Location Info:
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[2014 Clothesline Project display 2]

Description: A photograph of of shirts on display for the Clothesline Project, meant to spread awareness about domestic violence and abuse as well as sexual assault. They are laid out on a flat board standing in the UNT Library Mall. There are several colors and each one is unique. The first row reads "HATRED is a very underestimated emotion", "--- STAND up 4 Me; Protect Me; Educate others; Advocate 4 Me; Know the signs; Understand it; Prevent It; Kim, Liz", Family should show [heart] Not Make It". The second row reads "STRENGTH [flower] COURAGE", "'People with CLENCHED fists can not SHAKE hands.' Indira Gandhi", and "Physical Pain is Temporary But the Pain You Cause Will Be With Me Forever, O. Garay, [U.S.A. flag]". The third row reads "bruises DON'T equal love. KEEP YOUR HANDS TO YOURSELF", "no more Silence; end the Violence", and "You're Not ALONE" with a drawing of a girl and a boy reaching out to each other and a teddy bear on it. The final row reads "Life is more than your situation Its the victories you've accomplished", "-strong survivor I will be" with happy faces drawn on, and "Be Strong. Speak OUT!" with hearts drawn on it.
Date: April 10, 2014
Creator: University of North Texas. Multicultural Center.
Location Info:
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[2014 Clothesline Project set up]

Description: A photograph of students participating in the Clothesline Project, meant to spread awareness about domestic violence and abuse as well as sexual assault. There are two rows of tables set up in the UNT Library Mall with different colored t-shirt and puffy paint and fabric paint for them to use. Finished t-shirts are on display past the end of one of the tables.
Date: April 10, 2014
Creator: University of North Texas. Multicultural Center.
Location Info:
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Funeral Program for Novella Mitchell, April 10, 2014]

Description: Funeral program for Novella Mitchell, born October 6, 1929 and died April 2, 2014. The funeral was held April 10, 2014 at Second Baptist Church, officiated by Rev. Dr. Robert L. Jemerson. Funeral arrangements were made through D.W. Brooks Funeral Home and she was buried in Southern Memorial Park in San Antonio, Texas.
Date: April 10, 2014
Partner: San Antonio Public Library
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