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Kristina Grundmanis, the education events coordinator at Lutheran Community Services Northwest, takes a break while installing the Clothesline Project at River Park Square on Monday. The project is meant to increase awareness of violence against women by displaying messages on T-shirts created by survivors, support groups and victim advocates. The shirts will be displayed through the end of the month.

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