GUIDE AND DEBRIEFING
After walking through the Tunnel of Oppression, it’s important to debrief. Debriefers listen to your experience, promote discussion, help you process the emotions you may be feeling, and give information about how to follow-up with topics that may interest you. Dr. Aida Hutz-Midgett and Dr. Mike Cutler from Counseling Education have been working with Tunnel of Oppression since 2007. Their work has made an impact on participants and the cast. Dr. Hutz-Midgett works with counseling interns to prepare them specifically for the event.
- Every Fall, Multicultural Student Services produces the Tunnel of Oppression in partnership with various departments and student organizations. If you are interested in being involved, please contact Ro Parker at firstname.lastname@example.org or (208) 426-5950.
- How to learn more about the issues presented in the theaters (we will add resources after theaters are selected)
- Change – Change begins with ourselves. We ask not that you change the world, but that your take a look at the ways we may all participate in oppressive systems and change our patterns. If we change, then the world changes by default. For ways in which to challenge and enrich yourself, visit:
Students who want to discuss Tunnel of Oppression further with a professional may contact the
Boise State University Counseling Services at: