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September 1, 2015 – “Regina Vasquez, 36, of San Marcos, holds up her military fatigues that is part of her project, “Fatigue Clothesline,” Monday, August 24, 2015. The U.S. Marine served from 1998 to 2002 and was sexually assaulted while she served in the military. Her project consist military fatigues from victims of military sexual trauma. The artwork is part of “The Uncertainty of a Life in Security,” an exhibit at the University of Texas at San Antonio Main Campus art gallery that will open on September 2.”  Veterans share their experiences through art

Regina was one of 12 recipiants who won an award at the 2014 Fun Fearless Latina Award for the Cosmopolitan for Latinas 2014 Cosmopolitan for Latinas Fun Fearless Award

The founder of Fatigues Clothesline, Regina Vasquez attended the National Press.  Afterward the advocates worked together to write HR3435 “The Stop Act”

Founder of Fatigues Clothesline, Regina Vasquez participated in the well known documentary “Invisible War” by telling her traumatic experience while serving.

Fatigues Clothesline was displayed twice at the National Veteran’s Art Museum art shows in Chicago for

“Radical Vulnerability” November 11, 2011 and  “Overlooked/Looked Over” March 10, 2012


Overlooked/Looked Over: Opening Reception – Artist Talks

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Central Texan Shares Personal Story Of Sexual Abuse In Military

“Every time I tried to tell the trugh… I was shut down”

Central Texas Live Theatre
Telling: Austin, TX

Rolling Stone Culture
The Rape of Petty Officer Blumer

The Lizard Chronicles

The war woman bring home

The minefields of war and the military – Chicago Tribune

Sustainable Options for Youth: Under The Hood fundraiser

Radical Vulnerability Workshop Recap

Women Veterans MST Survivors Group (Austin)

The Telling Project Comes to Austin. Time to Listen

Expressive Arts and Humor with Jen

NVAM on CAN TV – 5/2/2013

The Chicago Museum Blog
National Vietnam or Veterans Art Museum or Both

Chicago Journal
War, with a woman’s touch,_with_a_woman’s_touch

Facing the Elephantine Gas Mask

San Marcos woman speaks about rape in the military

Veterans Day at Nat’l Veteran’s Art Museum

The Fatigues Clothesline Project: One Former Marine Making a Difference on Military Sexual Trauma

Huff Post Impact
Time to Listen to Veterans Tell Their Truths

Daily Herald
Exhibits pay tribute to America’s veterans

Streetwise Empowering People to Work
Woman veterans find healing though art

The Chicago Women’s Caucus For Art Blogs

The Telling Project

The Warrior Art Movement

Jeanine Hill-Soldner Fine Art

Open Canopy Mar 7&8

Gabriele Galimberti, G.I. Jane’s other war

The Austin Chronicle
‘Telling’ the truth