The Bandana Project is a national campaign to raise awareness and educate farm worker women about their rights.
Women farm workers wear bandanas to hide their faces in the fields to help protect themselves from sexual harassment. The Bandana Project seeks to raise awareness about their plight with bandanas are being painted and decorated across the country as a symbolic gesture of support for farm worker women.
The contributions of past Bandana Project artists are being displayed now on the first floor of Basler Library.
Northeast State invites students to participate in decorating events March 25-March 28, in the Locke Humanities Building. Deadline to submit decorated bandanas is March 28, at 4:30 p.m. in Room H-107 of the Humanities Building. Winners will be announced April 5.