320/365: Eye Opening Program
Tonight was the end of a great program that the Social Justice an Inclusion committee here at OSU has been hosting. The Tunnel of Oppression is a haunted house style event, were the hauntings are true stories of injustice.
The way it is presented and the way it makes you think is an eye opener for a lot of students who travel through it.
I wanted to make it earlier in the week to it, and get some photos of it posted to help advertise, but I just got to busy.
Still, I’m glad I got to go through and get a few photos. This is the actor in the eating disorder room. They look calm and peaceful in this image, but they had a role and they did a great job at it.
Next year if you’re around campus you should defiantly walk though, because it will truly make you thankful for what you have.
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