A message to end domestic violence

October 19, 2010 | 3:31 p.m. CDT
T-shirts decorated by victims and survivors of relationship and domestic violence in Columbia hang from a clothesline as a part of the clothesline project at Lowry Mall on Tuesday. "This gives them an opportunity to show their emotions about this type of violence," said Holly Hanover, a graduate assistant for the Relationship and Sexual Violence Prevention Center. The national clothesline project has been displayed at MU annually for for the past 6 years.