Allegra Boverman/Gloucester Daily Times. Some of the t-shirts that are on display at The Hive as part of The Clothesline Project. October is Domestic Violence Awareness and Prevention Month. T-shirts by victims of violence, friends and family of the victimized and others are also on display at Pathways For Children, and at the Gloucester Family Health Center. There were a grouping on display at the Gloucester Police Station during a ceremony on Tuesday and were on view for an hour afterwards.
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