Topic: Sexism and interpersonal violence
Performances are free and locations are wheelchair accessible.
If you would like a sign-language interpreter for a performance please contact Disability Services.
|Friday, April 21||2:45-3:45||Anderson Conference CA SU 202 (racism)|
|Monday, May 1||3-4:50pm||SY PAC Lobby|
|Tuesday, May 2||1-2:50pm||SY PAC Lobby|
|Wednesday, May 3||9-10:50am||SY PAC Lobby|
|Monday, May 8||11-12:50pm||SY PAC Lobby|
|Tuesday, May 9||11am-12:50pm||SY PAC Lobby|
|Wednesday, May 10||1am-2:50pm||Syl PAC Lobby|
|Thursday, May 11||3-4:50pm||Syl CC Oak/Elm|
|Tuesday, May 16||10-11:50am||Rock Creek|
|Wednesday, May 17||12-1:50pm||Rock Creek|
|Wednesday, May 17||4-5:50pm||Rock Creek|
|Monday, May 22||11am-12:50pm||Cascade|
|Monday, May 22||2-3:50pm||Cascade|
|Wednesday, May 24||9-10:50am||Cascade|
|Thursday May 25||9-10:50am||Cascade|
|Friday, May 26||10-11:50am||Southeast|
|Tuesday, May 30||10-11:50am||Rock Creek|
* These performances are tentative
"Sitting in the audience and seeing racism go unchallenged and seeing the dramatic difference when racism was challenged, was a very powerful experience. You truly shed light on how is institutional problem seeps into our personal life and the responsibility we each have to change it. I was not only challenged intellectually but very moved emotionally.
One thing I remember was how the students who were being targeted talked about how they felt more comfortable speaking up after another person confronted the racism. I took away the feeling and belief we can all work to end racism when we speak up."Fawn Gustin, Community Member