MORROW, Ga. (AP) - The Southern Crescent Sexual Assault Center and the Clayton State University Office of Counseling and Psychological Services are teaming up to host discussions and other activities for sexual assault awareness month.
School spokesman John Shiffert says a clothesline project will serve as a visual representation of the experiences of sexual assault victims. The project is slated to feature shirts representing the experiences of sexual assault victims and will be on display in the James M. Baker University Center between April 8 and April 11.
Other events scheduled this month include a Take Back the Night event and bystander intervention training.
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