Students hold Clothesline Project in Kogan Plaza

GW Students Against Sexual Assault hosted the GW Clothesline Project, a public exhibit of anonymous statements written on articles of clothing, on Dec. 8. A longstanding way for survivors of sexual assault to tell their stories, the concept was adapted to GW by including both statements pertaining to sexual violence as well as other types of harm. SASA Co-President Shira Strongin discusses outcomes from the event hosted in Kogan Plaza, as well as recently announced changes to administrative policy regarding the handling of cases of sexual assault on GW’s campus.

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