Airing the dirty laundry

Alumna Alex Wiersma, sophomore business administration major Caroline Zanteson and senior biology major Janine Blackmur, raise awareness about domestic violence at Iota Delta’s Clothesline Project event in Sneaky Park Tuesday. The Clothesline Project began in 1990 when a member of the Cape Cod’s Women’s Defense Agenda learned that around 51,000 American women were killed by their partners in domestic violence acts during the Vietnam War. / photo by Celeste Drake
Alumna Alex Wiersma, sophomore business administration major Caroline Zanteson and senior biology major Janine Blackmur, raise awareness about domestic violence at Iota Delta’s Clothesline Project event in Sneaky Park Tuesday. The Clothesline Project began in 1990 when a member of the Cape Cod’s Women’s Defense Agenda learned that around 51,000 American women were killed by their partners in domestic violence acts during the Vietnam War. / photo by Celeste Drake

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