Schreiner Diversity Events
The Tunnel of Oppression
February 27, 2014: 11am – 3pm (High School Juniors and Seniors)
February 28, 2014: 2pm – 5pm (SU students, faculty, staff, and open to public)
February 28, 2014: 7pm – 9pm (SU students, faculty, staff, and open to public)
Event Location: CCAC Ballrooms
An interactive tour designed to examine the scope and impact of oppression on multiple groups. The goal is to capture the images, voices, and feelings of the oppressed to raise awareness of global oppression. The program challenges participants to address their own biases, misconceptions, preconceived notions, stereotypes, and prejudices. Ultimately, the Tunnel of Oppression attempts to examine and fracture the barrier that divides those who are victims of oppression from those who are not.
Contact: Danielle Jenschke
African American History Month Art Exhibit
featuring photographs from Leo Touchet: New Orleans Jazz Funerals
February 3 - February 14, 2014
Opening reception, Friday, February 7, 2014; 5-6 pm
Event Location: Wm. Logan Library
A photography exhibit on New Orleans Funeral Processions. As part of Black History month (February), photographer Leo Touchet displays his project that focuses on funeral processions in New Orleans. An opening reception on Feb. 7th will feature the Schreiner Jazz Band. This event is open to the public.
Contact: Dr. Charlie McCormick