Laura Brody is currently a co-chair for the DHRC@FHI Student Advisory Board. She expects to graduate in 2016 with majors in both International Comparative Studies and French Studies with a minor in Linguistics. She is from North Carolina, works as an assistant at the Duke Human Rights Center at the Franklin Humanities Institute, and is also involved in the Duke University Wind Symphony and the Coalition for Preserving Memory.
- Kathy Libal focuses her #humanrights teaching on economic and social rights at @UConn, focusing on persistent US social welfare failures 20 hours ago
- On 9/30 the Duke Human Rights Center will welcome Robert Walker, Social Policy Professor & UN Special Rapporteur. http://t.co/eCM1GHrec9 21 hours ago
- Don't forget, UConn professor Kathryn Libal is speaking today at 4 in FHI Garage! http://t.co/7uUko1N5JB 23 hours ago
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