Worlds Within Wellesley

A 200-level presentation

A Next-Step program, created and led by Tyree Oredein ’98

While we all shared attending Wellesley College, people of color often experience our alma mater in vastly different ways than their white classmates. Even in “women-centered spaces,” white people can, intentionally or unintentionally, marginalize, dismiss, and harm Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC).

In this workshop, we will discuss the intersections of race and gender, the resulting distribution of power and privilege, and how it impacts the dynamic within the Wellesley community.

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