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New Series: Under the Skin: An Introspective Look at the Self

The Mestizo Center is pleased to announce the new series: Under the Skin: An introspective Look at the “Self”.  It is a series of six workshops (October & November) where WSU community (students, faculty, staff, administrators) will have the opportunity to critically dialogue about labels, stereotypes and ways of self-identificationARTS will be the means through which participants will be encouraged to tell the stories of who they are. The workshops will be on Thursdays, at noon at the Mestizo Center, Cleveland Hall 121Food will be provided.

For further details on dates, themes and artists and scholars who will guide the sessions, and RSVP please visit the link below.

Organizer: Nancy Carvajal
PhD Candidate Cultural Studies and Social Thought in Education.
Graduate Assistant Mestizo Center

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