"Under Whose God". spring 2012 season. The scene brings to light systems of privilege and oppression as it relates to religion. Four performers explain their religious and spiritual views and discuss the ways in which Christian privilege has impacted their lives, leaving the audience with the message that with great privilege comes great responsibility.

"Under Whose God". spring 2012 season. The scene brings to light systems of privilege and oppression as it relates to religion. Four performers explain their religious and spiritual views and discuss the ways in which Christian privilege has impacted their lives, leaving the audience with the message that with great privilege comes great responsibility.

"Beautiful" is a moving skit created by students in Awareness through Performance (ATP) at the University of Wisconsin--La Crosse during the spring 2012 season. The scene carries a strong message, delivered by women to women, about the realities of sexual assault and being a survivor.

"Beautiful" is a moving skit created by students in Awareness through Performance (ATP) at the University of Wisconsin--La Crosse during the spring 2012 season. The scene carries a strong message, delivered by women to women, about the realities of sexual assault and being a survivor.

"Still Dreaming" is a powerful scene created by students in Awareness through Performance (ATP) at the University of Wisconsin - La Crosse during the spring 2012 season. The scene presents various myths and opinions regarding undocumented citizens and access to higher education. Throughout the scene, performers provide accurate information about the Dream Act, immigration and higher education.

"Still Dreaming" is a powerful scene created by students in Awareness through Performance (ATP) at the University of Wisconsin - La Crosse during the spring 2012 season. The scene presents various myths and opinions regarding undocumented citizens and access to higher education. Throughout the scene, performers provide accurate information about the Dream Act, immigration and higher education.

"All Our Privilege". Spring 2012.

"All Our Privilege". Spring 2012.

"Privilege of Pain" Spring 2012

"Privilege of Pain" Spring 2012

"Voting Schmoting". spring 2012 season. The skit challenges students to think about why voter turnout rates among college-age citizens (ages 18-24) are so low, and debunks some of the common excuses for why people don't take the time to vote. The skit concludes with a message of encouragement to students, to educate themselves about political issues and uphold the responsibilities of citizenship.

"Voting Schmoting". spring 2012 season. The skit challenges students to think about why voter turnout rates among college-age citizens (ages 18-24) are so low, and debunks some of the common excuses for why people don't take the time to vote. The skit concludes with a message of encouragement to students, to educate themselves about political issues and uphold the responsibilities of citizenship.

"Promoting Ignorance". Spring 2012

"Promoting Ignorance". Spring 2012

"Side of Flexible with Your Sexual" is a comical skit created by students in Awareness through Performance (ATP) at the University of Wisconsin - La Crosse during the spring 2012 season. The scene provides a comedic and informative approach to educate audience members about the many sexual identities belonging on the spectrum of sexual orientation including: gay, lesbian, asexual, pansexual and questioning.

"Side of Flexible with Your Sexual" is a comical skit created by students in Awareness through Performance (ATP) at the University of Wisconsin - La Crosse during the spring 2012 season. The scene provides a comedic and informative approach to educate audience members about the many sexual identities belonging on the spectrum of sexual orientation including: gay, lesbian, asexual, pansexual and questioning.

"Know Before You Speak: Islamophobia" Spring 2012

"Know Before You Speak: Islamophobia" Spring 2012

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