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  • Film Screening: We Women Warriors

    Film Screening: We Women Warriors

    The Student Advisory Board of the DHRC@FHI will be hosting a screening of We Women Warriors in honor of Women’s History Month this March. We Women Warriors tells the story […]

     
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  • Kathleen Laverty: The Troubles with Health Care

    Kathleen Laverty: The Troubles with Health Care

     Alternative Therapies in Post-Conflict Northern Ireland A community health expert, Laverty focuses on women, victims and survivors of The Troubles. She manages the Center for Health and Well Being and […]

     
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  • Film Screening of Girl Rising

    Film Screening of Girl Rising

    The Student Advisory Board of the Duke Human Rights Center@FHI presents Girl Rising. Girl Rising is a global action campaign for girls’ education, founded by award-winning journalists at The Documentary […]

     
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  • Still Walking for Justice Exhibit Opening

    Still Walking for Justice Exhibit Opening

    Come celebrate local women activists from the civil rights era and the women who are carrying their legacy forward today. Still Walking for Justice is an exhibit created by the Pauli Murray […]

     
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  • Goodbye, Pyongyang: Transnational Film Series Screening

    Film Screening: “Goodbye, Pyongyang” (Yang Yong-hi, 2009, 81 min, South Korea/Japan, in Korean with English subtitles, color, DVD) This documentary portrays the growth of a girl who was born and […]

     
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  • DDS Women’s Center Annual Jill Raitt Lecture: Sarah Azaransky

    DDS Women’s Center Annual Jill Raitt Lecture: Sarah Azaransky

    Sarah Azaransky is the author of “The Dream is Freedom: Pauli Murray and American Democratic Faith.” Dr. Azaransky teaches in the Department of Theology and Religious Studies at the University of […]

     
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  • Book Signing with Sarah Azaransky

    Sarah Azaransky, author of “The Dream is Freedom: Pauli Murray and American Democratic Faith” will be signing her book at The Regular Bookstore as part of the Duke Divinity School Women’s […]

     
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  • Still Walking For Justice

    Still Walking For Justice

    Women’s Walk to Commemorate 65th Anniversary of 1947 Journey of Reconciliation, the “First Freedom Ride” 10 a.m. Send Off Rally in Durham Corner of W. Chapel Hill & Carroll Streets […]

     
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  • R!C!A! Film Screening: 12th and Delaware

    R!C!A! Film Screening: 12th and Delaware

    12th and Delaware ( 90 minutes) 12th and Delaware takes its name from an intersection in Fort Pierce, Florida, where an abortion clinic named A Woman’s World sits across the street […]

     
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  • Anne Cubilié, Engaged Scholarship: Can We Be Ethical Witnesses for Human Rights?

    Anne Cubilié, Engaged Scholarship: Can We Be Ethical Witnesses for Human Rights?

    Visiting human rights scholar Anne Cubilié will lead the fourth installment of the What Are Human Rights? dinner series on February 1. Her discussion, which will be based on  Women […]

     
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