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  • Pauli Murray Project

    Pauli Murray Project

     “True emancipation lies in the acceptance of the whole past, in deriving strength from all my roots, in facing up to the degradation as well as the dignity of my […]

     
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  • BorderWork(s): a Franklin Humanities Institute Lab

    BorderWork(s): a Franklin Humanities Institute Lab

    BorderWork(s) draws together critical perspectives from the humanities, social sciences, and policy studies to explore the acts of division and demarcation — cartographic and representational, material and physical, political and economic, […]

     
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  • The Franklin Humanities Institute

    The Franklin Humanities Institute

    The mission of the John Hope Franklin Humanities Institute at Duke University is to encourage and enable serious humanistic inquiry, and to promote a heightened awareness of the centrality of […]

     
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  • International Coalition of Sites of Conscience

    International Coalition of Sites of Conscience

    The need to remember often competes with the equally strong pressure to forget. Even with the best of intentions – such as to promote reconciliation after deeply divisive events by […]

     
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  • The Human Rights Archive

    The Human Rights Archive

    The Human Rights Archive at the David M. Rubenstein Library partners with the human rights community to preserve the history and legacy of human rights around the world. Its archival […]

     
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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