in·ter·point | \ ˈin-tər-ˌpȯint \
1. the place between two existing spaces.
2. We will join as a collective to educate each other through conversation. We are not a melting pot.We do see color. We will not always agree, but we will converse anyway. We seek to mutually confront the uncomfortable in order to build bridges, challenge each other, and meet together at the interpoint.
"NO ONE WILL SHOW UP,"
2 OUT OF EVERY 25
STUDENTS ATTENDED OUR DISCUSSION.
"ONLY BLACK PEOPLE CARE,"
OF OUR PARTICIPANTS ARE NOT A POC.
"WE'RE NOT READY FOR THAT,"
OF OUR STUDENTS AGREED THAT INTERPOINT IS VALUABLE TO THE CAMPUS COMMUNITY.
"IT'S TOO UNCOMFORTABLE,"
0 OF >235
STUDENTS WALKED OUT OF OUR CONVERSATION.
NO MORE EXCUSES. LET'S TALK.
* These stats are based on our survey responses.