Tunnel of Oppression

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Tunnel of Oppression is a cultural event sponsored by Appalachian's Student Government Association that is used to inform and educate the community about various forms of oppression and discrimination. Participants will be lead through the tunnel by flashlight and shown scenes of oppression with a break-out discussion following. Topics covered include racism, women's rights, domestic abuse, LGBT issues, religious persecution, genocide, and more.

Date & Time:
Tuesday, November 12, 2013. 5:00pm - 10:00pm
Location: Blue Ridge Ballroom  [Map link]
Contact: Jana Vise
Contact: apps@appstate.edu
Contact: 828-262-3032
Admission: FREE!
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This event has been identified as being open to the public. For more information about Community Engagement and public outreach at Appalachian State University, please visit our website, http://www.community.appstate.edu.

 

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