Kim Corbin, a student in Washington from Fort Lee, N.J. and John fisher of Arlington, Va., right, look at T-shirts hanging on the Mall in Washington Saturday, April 8, 1995. The shirts are part of the Clothesline Project, a collection shirts created with stories from survivors, family and friends of women who have suffered from violence against women. (AP Photo/Mark Wilson)
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