Domestic Violence Awareness Month

Virtual Clothesline Project

Every year, MCC participate in the Clothesline Project to bring awareness to domestic violence. The Clothesline is made up of t-shirts created by survivors of violence, or created in honor of someone who has experienced violence. This year, students and employees can make a virtual shirt to be hung on the virtual clothesline. It is a powerful witness of the violence many live with. The mission of The Clothesline Project is to educate students and the community that violence is a problem everywhere, help is available, there is hope and a path to healing.

Create A Shirt For The Clothesline Project

Click here and follow the instructions for the Virtual Clothesline Project.

Being able to survive it doesn't mean it was ever okay

Color Meaning

View Clothesline Projects From Previous Years

Why Don't You Just Leave

Wednesday, October 21 from 1:00 pm- 3:00 pm
Web link

Join MCC's Rod Golden and Ms. Bobbi Sudberry of Kaity's Way as they start a dialogue about stalking. What are the red flags? How are men affected?

Virtual Group Meeting on Stalking

End The Silence. Stop the Violence

Take a pledge to end violence against women, men, and children, and receive a pledge button. To take a pledge, visit:

T-Shirt made by someone

Community Resources

Pathway to Safety

Building Healthy Relationships Virtual Info-Series October 27th & 28th 4:00pm-6:00pm
Registration link

Pathway to Safety is a 3 part virtual info series created to support women who may be seeking information about healthy relationships. The series will provide tips on establishing relationship goals, resources to support the relationship journey, and help women recognize signs of an unhealthy relationship to see if they may be at risk for domestic violence. The 3 part series will provide the following:

  • Empower with self-information
  • Self-assessment of relationships
  • Tools and resources
  • Safety planning One-on-one coaching