Tunnel of Oppression

October 26 - 28, 2016, 9:00 am to 5:00 pm

Sabatini Multicultural Resource Center

Tours for individuals and small groups start every half hour and take approximately 30 mins.  Group tours are available for classes and organizations. Please fill out this form if you would like to schedule a tour for a large group.

Learning Outcomes

Recognizing one’s own privilege and appreciation
Recognizing other’s privilege and not judge
Explore social justice, diversity, and inclusiveness issues
Be able to understand structures of power and privilege and identify oppressive behavior
To introduce and further the awareness of issues related to oppression on a local, national, and global level
To provide a venue to think about social identities (i.e. social class, gender, race, etc.)
To provide a learning opportunity to have a deeper understanding of how a person’s decisions impact the lives of others


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*Overall concept for website from http://mss.boisestate.edu/tunnel-of-oppression/


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