The discrimination advisors (DAs) have organized a week of events examining issues of diversity, social justice and identity. This year, the focus will be on exploring the Borders and Boundaries, geographical or otherwise, we encounter throughout our lives.
Schedule of events:
Monday, March 27: Stop by our poster in Peirce Hall to write a response to our question, "What does it mean to be an American?"
Tuesday, March 28: A panel of professors will share insights into immigration and xenophobia in the current political climate during common hour in the Community Foundation Theater in the Gund Gallery.
Thursday, March 20: Karari Orozco-Olvera, a genderqueer filmmaker, will screen an episode of the documentary series "America in Transition" and answer response questions during common hour in the Community Foundation Theater. Afterward, they will lead a workshop on the myth of model immigrants from 7:30-9 p.m. in the Cheever Seminar Room.
Friday, March 31: Ghada Baqbouq '19 will be featured during DA Storytime and speak about her experiences as an Syrian international student from 4:10-5 p.m. in Peirce Lounge.
Saturday, April 1: In partnership with Kenyon Students for Gun Sense (KSGS) and the Black Student Union (BSU), the documentary "13th," which examines mass incarceration in the U.S., will be shown from 7:10-10 p.m. in the Community Foundation Theater.
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