What is MVisible Voices?

MVisible Voices, an intergenerational podcast series, centers the people and narratives not always visible or heard at the University of Michigan. Through collective storytelling with students, faculty, staff, and alumni, this series offers compelling counternarratives and demonstrates the power of collective struggles for change.

Every week we will post a new podcast with new storytellers and different topics. In addition to listening to the stories, you can also read some additional history that situates the stories within larger national and institutional contexts.

Listen to Recent Stories

In this week's episode, Dr. Samer Ali, Omar Hashwi, and Nour Eidy will explore how Arab students organized their own graduation ceremony, and in the process, wrestled with ideas of what it means to be “counted” and identified and recognized as a community. Listen here »