Tunica County Sheriff Department to host 'Project Clothesline'
Starting Tuesday, the Tunica Co. Sheriff's Office is hoping to promote that awareness and a sense of healing for anyone affected by violence, domestic or otherwise, by hosting the Clothesline Project.
The Clothesline Project is a national movement where t-shirts hang along a clothesline representing the victims of domestic violence. It's meant to be a visual reminder of how domestic violence can too often be ignored.
The sheriff's department will set up a clothesline at The Marketplace in downtown Tunica. The community is invited to come out and decorate a shirt of their own to represent their experience with domestic violence or someone that they love having experienced it.