Reference to South Park there folks.
Andrew Allingham felt like a spoiled white guy.
He’d just toured the University of Mary Washington’s “Tunnel of Oppression,” an event at Combs Hall that touched on courtroom discrimination, stereotypes, women’s rights, white privilege, gender identity, labor rights and animal rights.
Over the weekend, about 60 people visited nine classrooms with different themes–some interactive, some introspective. UMW students have been looking for ways to talk about race on the mostly white campus, said senior Kate LeBoeuf, chairwoman of the Academic Affairs Council, which hosted the event.