I hope your semester is going well! I wanted to send out an email to inform you that the annual Tunnel of Oppression program is just around the corner. Here is some general information regarding the program.
When and Where?
Monday, November 18th . . . 3:00-5:00 p.m. & 6:00-8:00pm
Tuesday, November 19th . . . 3:00-5:00 p.m. & 6:00-8:00pm
The program begins at the check-in table located in the Reeve Concourse (near the Corner Convenience Store). A tour (12 persons or less) begins approximately every 15 minutes and lasts for 1 full hour.
What is Tunnel of Oppression?
Tunnel of Oppression is a 60 minute diversity experience; a guided tour designed to raise awareness of local and global oppressive actions and conditions. Participants will explore topics such as queerphobia, street harassment, sex trafficking, child labor, genocide, hunger and homelessness, and global sanitation.
Why encourage residents to come?
Tunnel of Oppression is . . .
– A UW Oshkosh student initiative
– A co-curricular experience designed to educate and inform
– A setting for meaningful dialogue
– (For some) An opportunity to complete diversity hours or extra credit
Three easy ways to reserve space:
1) Sign up for a tour at housing.uwosh.edu/tunnel-signup
2) Make arrangements over email with myself (Aimee Pitney) at firstname.lastname@example.org
3) Visit the check-in table during program hours (see above)