This project didn't end with the semester! The goal to make the Wheelock College campus more accepting of it's community and creating an atmosphere for appropriate and open discource is still very much in the process. Students who are still engaged with this project, as well as new...
“A part of my identity that isn’t accepted at Wheelock is the fact that I am adopted.”
“I feel like I have lost a part of my identity while at Wheelock. I am very proud of the small town I am from, but when I have expressed that or showed pictures from my town or extracurriculars that I did at my school, people here make fun of them and mock me for it. I feel like I have lost this...
“We advertise that we are such an accepting school but when it comes down to it, so many current students feel unaccepted. Wheelock should start to fix its own problems first before trying to accommodate and impress prospective students.”
“I am a white female so I feel very accepted at Wheelock, where there are mostly white females.”
“I identify as a white female and I feel like my identity is very represented at Wheelock. I am lucky to not feel discriminated or oppressed at Wheelock but I am sure others of a different race and identity don’t feel the same.”
“The conversations about white privilege is so ahh.”
“Being African American I think that Wheelock talks about my race in terms of the slavery period and civil rights. But no one talks about how theres Queen and Kings in Africa. How there was and still is beauty in the mother land.”
“How about students other than SGA, athletes, Jumpstart people get special dinners and invites to the Presidents house? Why do they just get recognized while no one else does?”
“I feel that my background of immigration is not often talked about unless its a class about immigration.”
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