Art for a cause

Brooklyn Young, right, 12 of New London, talks with friend Olivia Lancaster, 14 of Groton, as they paint shirts for the Clothesline Project on Thursday, May 11, 2017 as part of the Raising Voices Against Domestic Violence program put on by Safe Futures at A Writer's Block Inc. in New London. The Clothesline Project started in the 1990s to educate communities and provide a voice for survivors of domestic violence. The shirts designed by students to raise awareness will be hung on display at Writer's Block Inc. (Sarah Gordon/The Day)
Brooklyn Young, right, 12 of New London, talks with friend Olivia Lancaster, 14 of Groton, as they paint shirts for the Clothesline Project on Thursday, May 11, 2017 as part of the Raising Voices Against Domestic Violence program put on by Safe Futures at A Writer's Block Inc. in New London. The Clothesline Project started in the 1990s to educate communities and provide a voice for survivors of domestic violence. The shirts designed by students to raise awareness will be hung on display at Writer's Block Inc. (Sarah Gordon/The Day)

Brooklyn Young, right, 12 of New London, talks with friend Olivia Lancaster, 14 of Groton, as they paint shirts for the Clothesline Project on Thursday, May 11, 2017 as part of the Raising Voices Against Domestic Violence program put on by Safe Futures at A Writer's Block Inc. in New London.  The Clothesline Project started in the 1990s to educate communities and provide a voice for survivors of domestic violence. The shirts designed by students to raise awareness will be hung on display at Writer's Block Inc.

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