Ravel/Unravel campaign seeks video participants
The University Libraries and the Kaufman Interfaith Institute have collaborated to bring the nationwide Ravel/Unravel campaign to the Grand Valley State University community. The multimedia campaign encourages people to openly and respectfully talk about their identity, religion, spirituality and culture. The campaign sponsors are looking for participants who will be asked four questions on camera about their religious or spiritual identity and stereotypes that have impacted them. The testimonials will be uploaded to the Ravel/Unravel website and will be shown in the first-floor learning alcove in the Mary Idema Pew Library. Video booths will be set up on campus during the week of March 13. Locations can be found at www.gvsu.edu/interfaith/ravel-unravel-campaign-145.htm.