Exhibition: A is for Arab: Stereotypes in U.S. Popular Culture, March 1-30, 2015
Please join us for this powerful exhibition that reveals and critiques the stereotypical portrayals of Arabs and Muslims in U.S. popular culture. Providing historical context about these images which range from film stills to comic books to editorial cartoons, this traveling exhibition aims to educate and stimulate discussion about the impact of stereotypes on both individual perceptions and national policy. The exhibit will be available on the first floor of the Zach S. Henderson Library from March 1st to March 30th.
The exhibition is sponsored by the Arabic Club, the Center for International Studies, the Department of Foreign Languages, the Multicultural Student Center, the First Year Experience program and the Zach S. Henderson Library.
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