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Caption BulletToro Productions brought the Clothesline Project, a grassroots effort to educate students about domestic violence to Dominguez Hills; more below

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Dominguez Hills Dance Students Perform at American College Dance Festival Conference
Dominguez Hills Dance Students Perform at American College Dance Festival


Five students from the Department of Theatre and Dance at California State University, Dominguez Hills performed at the 2009 American College Dance Festival Association’s South-Central Conference, held at Texas A&M University in College Station, Tx., March 11-14. Doris Ressl, assistant professor and coordinator of the dance program, received a $4,500 Research, Scholarship and Creative Activities Program grant to choreograph one work and for the students’ travel expenses.




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Photo above: Toro Productions brought the Clothesline Project, a grassroots effort to educate students about violence against women, to Dominguez Hills. Students decorated tee-shirts to honor or commemorate victims of abuse and displayed them March 3-5 in the Palm Courtyard at the Loker Student Union.

Photo by Amy Bentley-Smith

 

 


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