University of Wisconsin-Madison students are taking a closer look at their campus climate through the "Silenced Stories" exhibit.
The exhibit will highlight stories of harassment and discrimination that students have experienced on the university’s campus through artwork and other forms. The stories, taking place in classes, during sports games and in university housing, will focus on race, sex, gender and other discriminations.
"Silenced Stories" will open May 9 at 5:30 in the School of Social Work, with refreshments available, according to a statement.
The Disability and Advocacy in Multicultural Settings Field Unit launched the exhibit to raise awareness for discrimination on campus, the statement said.