Phillips Community College of the University of Arkansas is currently hosting a display known as Arkansas Clothesline Project, which includes over 300 T-shirts, some featuring synthetic stains, intense paintings and chilling hand-written messages by family members and friends of those related to women who have died as a result of violence.

Phillips Community College of the University of Arkansas is currently hosting a display known as Arkansas Clothesline Project, which includes over 300 T-shirts, some featuring synthetic stains, intense paintings and chilling hand-written messages by family members and friends of those related to women who have died as a result of violence. The exhibition is being co-sponsored by The Family Center, Angels of Grace, Anna’s Place Battered Women Shelters and PCCUA and is open for public viewing at the PCCUA Bonner Room from 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Monday- Thursday, Oct. 18-21, and from 8 a.m. - 12 p.m. Friday, Oct. 22. Shown inviting the community to the exhibit are (left to right) Catherine Watson with The Family Center, Luella Davis, representing the Family Center/Angels of Grace Battered Women’s Shelter, and volunteer Doris Sibley, representing the First United Methodist Women in Helena, who stepped up to volunteer their time to the project.