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The Antioch Word

During Antioch College's 2017 Reunion, alumni visited the WYSO studios and shared their stories with current Antioch students and WYSO staff members.  This edition of the Antioch Word features alumna Mackenzie Bristow, class of 2001. Current Antioch student Chris Welter talks with Mackenzie about the importance of SOPP, which has been recently featured in The New York Times, and how student activism is key to building community.

During Antioch College's 2017 Reunion, alumni visited the WYSO studios and shared their stories with current Antioch students and WYSO staff members.  This edition of the Antioch Word features alumnus Marc Masurovsky Class of 1977. In this interview,  2017 Miller Fellow Thomas Amrhein talks with Marc about Co-op experiences. Marc explains how his education at Antioch College shaped him.

Last May at Antioch College, students of color filled the Coretta Scott King Center in secret to have a difficult discussion about race and culture. They called it a "day of disappearance". The idea was to show the college what a day without people of color, or POC would look like. Community voices producer and Miller Fellow Mari Smith     sat in on the day of disappearance and spoke with the participants to hear their experiences.