Filmed over the course of 23 years, The Betrayal (Nerakhoon) is the epic story of a Lao soldier family’s journey from war-torn Laos to New York City. Co-directed by Thavisouk Phrasavath, who describes his own life as a young man struggling to survive both a war and the hardships of immigrant life, and renowned cinematographer Ellen Kuras in her directorial debut, The Betrayal (Nerakhoon) shows the hidden, human face of war’s collateral damage.
- Check out this opinion column in today's @DukeChronicle. http://t.co/YlIaqa07TO Sep 17, 2014
- If you're attending Auk Nr. 8 tonight, use #RightsCameraAction to tweet questions to the panelists & your reactions to the film! Sep 17, 2014
- Méndez will place his historical papers in the @rubensteinlib Human Rights Archives. http://t.co/vWj7LcTeLp Hear him speak Fri! #NuncaMas Sep 16, 2014
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Learn how to do effective activism on Duke's campus
Kathryn Libal, “Bringing Economic and Social Rights ‘Home’: A View from an Interdisciplinary Human Rights Classroom”September 22 @ 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm
September 29 @ 12:20 am - 1:20 pm
September 30 @ 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm
- Kinship Trouble: The Equality / Difference Debates : NC, USA, France, Europe
- The Argentine Experience and the Emergence of a Universal Right to Truth
- Bringing Economic and Social Rights "Home": A View from an Interdisciplinary Human Rights Classroom