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  • Listening Comprehension

    Listening Comprehension

    By Jeff Feng, Duke junior “Are you listening?” We may have been passing time in the car by playing a game, but the question remains embedded in the narrative of […]

     
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  • Rethinking Resistance

    Rethinking Resistance

    By Chandra Christmas-Rouse, Duke senior On the site of the old Empire Theater in Montgomery, Alabama, there lies a museum emblazoned with bronze regal characters that read “Rosa Parks Library […]

     
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  • The Two South’s in Downtown Hayneville

    The Two South’s in Downtown Hayneville

    By Jacob Rosenberg, rising senior Robertson Scholar This post is among a series from Duke and UNC-Chapel Hill students working in Lowndes County, Alabama with the Alabama Center for Rural Enterprise […]

     
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  • A History of Activism in Lowndes County, AL

    A History of Activism in Lowndes County, AL

    By Priyanka Kanal, Duke junior We are finally here. After weeks of anticipation, the first few days of the Environmental Justice Community Research Project have been filled with a whirlwind […]

     
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  • Documenting the Lives and Plight of Tibetan refugees

    Documenting the Lives and Plight of Tibetan refugees

    By Rinzin Dorjee In the wake of the recent earthquake in Nepal, one of the headlines of the BBC news article read, “Fears for Nepal’s ‘Invisible’ Tibetan refugees”. Invisible. Tibetan. […]

     
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  • Greek Cypriot children

    Idolizing victimhood in Cyprus

    by Laura Brody, Trinity senior

     
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  • Of Fracking and Faith

    Of Fracking and Faith

    By Rachel Fraade June 25, 2015 A hospitality house just blocks away from the first-year enclave of East Campus. The hallowed halls of the North Carolina legislature, filled with the […]

     
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  • Ghosts of Nicosia

    Ghosts of Nicosia

    By Laura Brody June 11, 2015 On my first day in Nicosia I began to wander around the city without any real destination in mind, just a goal of taking […]

     
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  • 2015 WOLA-Duke Book Award: Call for Submissions

    2015 WOLA-Duke Book Award: Call for Submissions

    The Washington Office on Latin America (WOLA) and Duke University announce the eighth annual WOLA-Duke Book Award for Human Rights in Latin America. The award honors the best current, non-fiction […]

     
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  • Rev. Pauli Murray Childhood Home Named National Treasure

    Rev. Pauli Murray Childhood Home Named National Treasure

    The National Trust for Historic Preservation has named the childhood home of Rev. Dr. Pauli Murray, in Durham, N.C., its newest National Treasure.  A leader in the American civil and […]

     
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