Labyrinth used at INTERSECT Social Justice Retreat

Tuesday, March 21, 2017 - 9:12am

Two members of Still Point, Katrina Plato and LaShanda Sell, presented the walking labyrinth at the INTERSECT Social Justice Retreat held at Blowing Rock Assembly Grounds in Feb. 12, 2017. Many of the 60 students and 12 faculty/staff facilitators attending the retreat walked the labyrinth and drew a response to their experience during a morning meditation. 

INTERSECT is sponsored annually by Appalachian’s Division of Student Development to develop skills for organizing, activism, and becoming a change agent for diversity and social justice. The labyrinth was created by a university learning community in expressive arts, which involved a few members of Still Point.