Elsewhere on the Web
Ferris State University's Writings on the Wall Project @ FSU has parallels at other institutions around the country. At many of these institutions, the project is referred to as the Writing on the Wall Project, Wall of Oppression, or similar name. Regardless of the name, each project aims to bring awareness to and positive action against oppression, hate, and discrimination.
We provide here links to web pages, YouTube videos, etc. that document this project at other institutions.
Eastern Illinois University
A story published April 2009, in The Daily Eastern News, a publication of Eastern Illinois University.
Hillel: the Foundation for Jewish Campus Life
Information about the Writing on the Wall Project from Hillel, the Foundation for Jewish Campus Life
Kansas State University
Text, images, and videos from Kansas State University's 2003 Writing on the Wall Project.
A story published October 2003, in The Huntington News, the independent student newspaper of Northeastern University.
Oklahoma State University
The Social Justice and Inclusion Committee of Oklahoma State University’s Housing and Residential Life presenting the campus-wide program “Peace by Piece: The Writing on the Wall” in April 2009.
Salt Lake Community College
A story published April 2003, in Globe, the weekly news of Salt Lake Community College.
University of Florida
The Project Statement for the University of Florida's Writing on the Wall Project.
Two videos from Spring 2008, when the University of Florida participated in the Writing on the Wall Project.
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The text of Dr. Bernie Machen's, President of the University of Florida, keynote address at the University's tearing down of the wall it built as part of the Writing on the Wall Project.
University of Memphis
In Spring 2009, the University of Memphis participated in the Writing on the Wall Project.
A critique of the University of Memphis' Writing on the Wall Project published in the University's student online newspaper The Daily Helmsman Online.