"Returning Student Confronts Apathy and Ignorance: Invisible Woman Wants to be Seen," April 6, 1984, page 3, The Occidental

Title

"Returning Student Confronts Apathy and Ignorance: Invisible Woman Wants to be Seen," April 6, 1984, page 3, The Occidental

Description

"People don't see a young, sociable black female: my wants, needs, desires, efforts, what I'm trying to do, are simply unimportant." Black Female student feels unseen at Occidental. Demonstrates the internal feelings of marginalized students on campus.

Creator

JoAnn Williams

Source

The Occidental

Publisher

Associated Students of Occidental College

Date

1984/04/06

Date Created

2015/11/03

Contributor

Raihana Haynes-Venerable

Rights

Rights resides with Occidental College Library. For permission to reproduce or publish, please contact Special Collections.

Bibliographic Citation

"Returning Student Confronts Apathy and Ignorance: Invisible Woman Wants to be Seen." The Occidental. Associated Students of Occidental College 06 April, 1984.

Mediator

CTSJ 320 Culture and Community

Rights Holder

Occidental College

Original Format

Newspaper

Citation

JoAnn Williams, “"Returning Student Confronts Apathy and Ignorance: Invisible Woman Wants to be Seen," April 6, 1984, page 3, The Occidental,” History of Equity and Diversity at Occidental, accessed August 15, 2022, https://oxyequitydiversity2014.omeka.net/items/show/256.