Approximately 100 hand painted messages on T-shirts bearing messages about the issue of violence against women were on display on Tuesday outside Ferraro’s in Trail. The Clothesline Project illustrates the impact violence against women has on families and the community. For the event

Clothesline Project

Approx 100 hand painted T-shirts bearing messages about the issue of violence against women were on display on Tuesday outside Ferraro’s.

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