- What does being a woman of color mean to you?
- How does this status affect your everyday life?
- How has Penn/men (at Penn) made you refine your definition of yourself as a woman of color at Penn?
- What about being a person of color at Penn is difficult? What about being a woman?
- How does this change when you mix these 2 layers?
- What are the specific intricacies of being a woman of color?
- What is the relationship between your mental health and your identity as a woman of color?
- How would you describe your mental wellness at this point in your life as a student?
- What challenges do you face with taking care of your mental health at penn?
- How does your identity as a woman of color factor into your ability to access/practice self care?
- What challenges to you face in regards to mental wellness?
- What self-care resources exist for women of color in particular? (if there aren’t any, how do you maintain this for yourself)
- How does Penn play a role in this?
- How does Penn ignore or belittle this [identity]?
- How has the financial aid office failed you?
- What are some financial challenges you face at Penn?
- How do you feel your experience is different or similar from other students at Penn?
- What challenges have you had in dealing with the financial aid office?
- Do you feel that they care/consider your situation as a woman of color?
- Do you feel targeted by men being a woman of color?
- Have you ever felt unsafe around men (of color/black men/men in greek life ) at Penn?
- What challenges have you had when relating to men of color/greek men at Penn?
- How have you managed those experiences and what resources or help did you have to manage them?
- How do you remember that experience?
- What was this experience like for you?
- What has the healing process been like for you
- Why are you willing to share this experience? What do you hope other women can gain from your testimony?
- What do you feel comfortable sharing about that experience?
- How have you managed to deal with this experience in the aftermath? What challenges have you faced in trying to do so?
- What do we need specifically as women of color? At Penn?
- How do we begin to racism and sexism?
- What does Penn need to do?
- What do men need to do [to help end sexual violence]?
- Define what revolution means to you OR what freedom means to you.
- How can we be revolutionary as women of color on Penn’s campus?
- Define your identity in two words. Do you think being at Penn has changed your identity? If so, how? Who were you before Penn?