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  • Why the Human Rights Certificate? Interview with Semhal Araya

    Why the Human Rights Certificate? Interview with Semhal Araya

    This interview was conducted over email with Semhal Araya, a senior undergraduate student enrolled in the Human Rights Certificate Program, completing a major in Political Science and a minor in […]

     
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  • DukeImmerse: Rights and Identities in the Americas

    DukeImmerse: Rights and Identities in the Americas

    by Zac Johnson ’22, work study student for the DHRC@FHI This semester, I am participating in the DukeImmerse: Rights and Identities in the Americas. The program consists of 4 classes which you […]

     
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  • Reflections on Human Rights, Faith, and The Border

    Reflections on Human Rights, Faith, and The Border

    by Zac Johnson ’22, work study student for the DHRC@FHI Well over 150 students and community members filed into White Lecture Hall on Monday, September 23rd to hear Muslim advocate, professor, and […]

     
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  • Are Concentration Camps Back? And What Can We Do?

    Are Concentration Camps Back? And What Can We Do?

    By Srishti Saha, Masters in Interdisciplinary Data Science, ‘21 Last week, the Duke Human Rights Center at the Franklin Humanities Institute and the Forum for Scholars and Publics held an […]

     
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  • Why the Human Rights Certificate? Interview with Isabel Shepard

    Why the Human Rights Certificate? Interview with Isabel Shepard

    This interview was conducted over email with Isabel Shepard, a senior undergraduate student enrolled in the Human Rights Certificate Program, completing a major in Cultural Anthropology, by Miranda Gershoni, a […]

     
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  • Reflections and Resolutions

    Reflections and Resolutions

    by Selin Ocal With the Human Rights Summer Research Grant, I had the opportunity to stay in Durham and perform work in the unique area of prisoner rights and healthcare. […]

     
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  • The Great Atlanta Fire of 1917

    The Great Atlanta Fire of 1917

    By Gino Nuzzolillo On May 21st, 1917, residential segregation, substandard housing, and inadequate municipal infrastructure underpinned the worst disaster in Atlanta since the city’s destruction by General William Tecumseh Sherman […]

     
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  • Esther Kwarteng Reflects on Summer in Honduras

    Esther Kwarteng Reflects on Summer in Honduras

    By Esther Kwarteng As our remaining time in Camasca winds down, I have done a lot of reflecting about how I’ve spent my time here. I have done so much […]

     
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  • Correctional Health and Prisoner Rights

    Correctional Health and Prisoner Rights

    By Selin Ocal When I talk about my interests in social justice and the health of incarcerated population, my classmates are often surprised: “How did you get into that?” “You […]

     
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  • The Rhythm of Puerto Rico’s Revolution

    The Rhythm of Puerto Rico’s Revolution

    By Ivan Robles In my previous post, I acknowledged that the true value of my time in Puerto Rico would not just be academic achievement, but that it would also […]

     
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Upcoming Events

  1. Concentration Camps: Then and Now

    October 24 @ 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm
  2. Human Rights in Practice: The Right to Health in Latin America

    October 30 @ 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm
  3. Fighting Racial Discrimination in the Criminal Justice System

    October 30 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm