Clothesline Project at SOU

Thanks to Paula Wiiken, Kathy Brandon and Mimi Pippel for decorating shirts to use for our Clothesline Project display at Southern Oregon University.  This project is to represent members whose lives have been affected by sexual assault.  Our shirts are hung on a clothesline strung between two trees outside of Stevenson Union on the right just before you get to the quad. They were hung as a testimony to the problem of sexual violence.  We will leave them up today and through tomorrow in honor of Sexual Assault Awareness Month. Tomorrow, April 28, 2017  is the annual Take Back the Night march. Please join us at any or all of the following activities.

STEVENSON UNION DIVERSIONS ROOM (where we hold our branch meetings)

12:30-2:30pm: Film Screening: Yeah Maybe No

4:00pm: Workshop: Supporting Survivors Through Storytelling

5:00pm: Survivor Circle


7:00pm: Glow Yoga

7:30pm: Keynote Speaker: Nikkita Oliver

8:15pm: Take Back the Night March + Rally


This entry was posted in Uncategorized on by .

About mipippel

Co-President Ashland AAUW from 2014-16, Garden Tour Chair 2012-15, Co-Chair Scholarship Committee 2011-12 Owner of Travel Services Inc in Palmer, AK from 1978-1998. Married to Anthony J Pippel 1981-present, two son's Robert A. & William T. Both are attorneys living in Oregon. William is married to Katherine since 2009. Graduate of University of Washington, School of Social Work Born August 5, 1953 in Wichita, Kansas. Moved to Seattle, WA in 1969 and attended high school and college there. Moved to Palmer, Alaska in 1976.