Event puts spotlight on domestic violence

Bronx residents are taking part in the Clothesline Project, which aims to stop domestic violence.Crime victims designed T-shirts about the anti-violence initiative, each with its

THE BRONX - Bronx residents are taking part in the Clothesline Project, which aims to stop domestic violence.

Crime victims designed T-shirts about the anti-violence initiative, each with its own personal, powerful message.

The Clothesline Project is one of several domestic violence events taking place in the Bronx during October.

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