Jennifer Malat, cofounder and director of TCP, believes the team work surrounding the project is integral.
“The project was important for TCP because it demonstrates what faculty, students, and community can do when working together on a common goal. In this case, the goal was to amplify the voices of women of color,” said Malat.
On Sept. 18, at 3 p.m., around 50 people from both the campus and greater community gathered in the TUC atrium to experience the exhibit and hear from the panel contributors.
Panel participants included:
- Ariel Shaw, women’s, gender, sexuality studies student (WGSS)
- Brittany Bibb, program coordinator for the African American Cultural and Resource Center
- Anjali Dutt, assistant professor of psychology
- JT Roane, assistant professor of women’s, gender, sexuality studies
- Stephanie Sadre-Orafai, associate professor and co-director of the critical visions certificate programce with your text