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Artists put to clothes a myth of rape; exhibit created at UA on display in state

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Photographs by Debra Hale-Shelton

Allison Vetter, Henderson State University’s Title IX coordinator, is shown with a sari in an exhibition about clothes that sexual-assault victims wore.

ARKADELPHIA -- A little girl's sun dress, long-legged blue pajamas and a brightly colored sari are among the clothes on display in an art exhibition seeking to dispel the notion that sexual assault happens only to women and then only to those who are immodestly dressed.

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