Shirts were displayed on Greene Street for Sexual health Awareness month
By Emily Keown
Posted: 11:00 AM April, 20 2010
April is Sexual Health Awareness month and USC is holding events this week to promote health and awareness. The first event was the annual clothesline project, part of a nationwide project.
Shirts were displayed on Greene Street on a clothesline and each shirt represented something different.
Yellow represented domestic violence. Red was for men who do not tolerate domestic violence. Purple represented hate crimes. Pink represented sexual assault. Blue represented child abuse and incest. The display was to remember those that had been lost because of domestic violence.
"It's a way for people to express themselves about violence, not just domestic violence, but all violence," organizers said.
Health awareness week continues today with "Can I Kiss You" which takes place at 7:00 p.m. at the Williams Brice Nursing Auditorium.