This is dirty laundry that needs to be seen.
'Dirty Laundry Day' is being displayed in Queensland for the first time through Adderton Everywhere.
The name came from the opportunity for people to air their dirty laundry – removing stigma and opening conversations in their communities.
The T-shirts exhibited from Social Futures' Dirty Laundry Day Project serve as a powerful tool to change community attitudes about Domestic and Family Violence. Open conversations allow people to be educated and empowered to take action to help themselves or others impacted by Domestic and Family Violence.
Adderton Everywhere’s exhibition of the work created through the DLD project will be prominently displayed in public spaces between late-August to December 2020.