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Actors portray oppressed women as part of the Office of Diversity and Institutional Equity's Tunnel of Oppression. The attraction, part of Diversity Education Week, used actors in various scenarios to represent different oppressed groups in an educational experience for learning about oppression.

Attraction proves effective in oppression education

by Associate Life Editor Karah Wilson
April 6, 2018
Tunnel attraction highlights week on diversity awareness

Tunnel attraction highlights week on diversity awareness

by Student Writer Kasey Thornton
March 23, 2018
A student reads using Braille at Disability Support Services. Located across from the Lion’s Den Game Room, the center offers assistance to students with learning, physical and psychological disabilities through technology, counseling and accommodations.

Services provide support to students with disabilities

by Life Editor Tyler Hargett
March 8, 2018

Oscars committee nominates more minority actors

by Life Editor Monday Sanderson
February 23, 2017
Watoto Memphis Performing Art Academy perform dances inspired by gospel music and the music of W.C. Handy at the 2016 Culture Fest. Culture Fest is one of the initiatives of the Office of Diversity and Institutional Equity. 

Nonprofit organization recognizes UNA for diversity

by Student Writer Hannah Zimmer
September 28, 2016

Minorities underrepresented in UNA employees

by Associate News Editor Kaitlyn Davis
March 5, 2016
Marcus Maples is the only African-American on UNA’s board of trustees. “Diversity issues play a particular role in what I’m involved in and interested in,” Maples said.

Maples addresses diversity on campus

By Associate Life Editor Monday Sanderson
February 27, 2016

Diversity lacking in Oscars once again

by Life Editor Melissa Parker
January 23, 2016
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