Clatsop Community College's Women's Studies Class will paint T-shirts for the Clothesline Project, in recognition of women and children who have been affected by violence, from 4 to 8 p.m. Wednesday and Thursday at the college, upstairs in Alder Hall, in the Lives in Transition Resource Room.
Supplies will be provided, and all are welcome. The shirts will be on display from Feb. 27 through March 16 in Towler Hall.
The Clothesline Project is an annual global event that started in Cape Cod, Mass., in 1990, to bear witness to violence against women. The T-shirts are decorated with words or images, then hung on a clothesline as a testimony to the issue.