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Hi  Paprika‽ community,

Welcome to Paprika?'s fourth digital bulletin! In efforts to support Yale School of Architecture student groups' ongoing work, we are highlighting The Visibility Project.
Please go to their website, sit with its content, and
submit your reflection, as well as listen to students talk about their own experiences in our new podcast series In the Pit

In case you missed it, the Call for Issue Editors and Publisher applications for Fall 2020 are open until 7/31! The publisher runs the budget & fundraising arm of Paprika!, making sure we have enough operational funds to print each term. On that note, the COVID-19 pandemic has rendered our financial situation especially precarious this year at a time when publishing and communication are especially paramount to help organize and hold space for our student community.

If you similarly feel the critical importance of Paprika, please consider becoming a print subscriber to financially support our operations. As an independent publication that does not currently receive funding from YSoA, we rely on the help of our readers and alumni community to continue our work and ensure that vital student voices are given space to be heard.
NOMAS: The Visibility Project

The Visibility Project is an initiative by concerned students and alumni of the Yale School of Architecture to analyze the deeply entrenched prejudices and biases that exist within architectural institutions, beginning with our own.

This research encourages a deeper understanding of how race, ethnicity, gender, and class impact learning at our school. We aim to make visible the embodied experience of students in their own words. ​In attempting to quantify incidents of prejudice, discrimination, or preferential treatment, we seek to understand our behavior not as individual acts but as part of a system.

By highlighting inequities in our learning environment, we hope the Visibility Project will help promote introspection, create actionable goals, and facilitate the continuing dialogue between the administration and the students. Our efforts to engage with these inequalities will help us produce an honest reflection of where the school is and where we could be.

SUPPORT The Visibility Project by donating to EID + NOMAS 

Paprika? : In the Pit #4 with Limy Rocha & Jen Shin

In the wake of the I.C.E. order, Paprika? invited several students to speak with one another about immigration and international student experience at Yale. Due to the length and critical importance of each of these conversations, we have decided to release each conversation separately over the next few days. Today, for Episode 004 of "In the Pit," we have Limy Rocha (M.Arch I, 2020) and Jen Shin (M.E.M & M.Arch II, 2020), who graciously shared their perspectives on community and the difficulties therein at YSoA. Stay tuned for more!
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