The Clothesline Project was completed by the Social Justice Team, a group of students from The MET in Newport.
It represents how teens' past environments have shaped who they are today and the ways that their future environments can support them in achieving their goals.
One teen focused on her difficulty coming out as a member of the LGBTQ community while being part of a family that had deep ties to the faith community.
Another teen focused on her experience being bullied and the steps that the community needs to take to prevent bullying.
Yet another teen focused on her experiences of many forms of domestic violence and her goals for the future.
"Raising awareness about domestic violence and educating the public is extremely important. However, research is showing that, as domestic violence prevention advocates, we don't necessarily need to talk about domestic violence in order to prevent it. If we focus on building healthy relationships within the community, then the prevalence of domestic violence will decrease." - Mallory Crossman, Community Organizer, WRC