A FOUR PART SEMINAR SERIES ON:
A PERSONAL LOOK AT HUMAN RIGHTS AROUND THE WORLD AND AT HOME
Wed Oct 21, 7 pm, E. Library, Reid Castle, Speaker : Francis Ole Sakuda of the Masai people of Kenya in East Africa, "Human Rights in Africa with emphasis on Environment and Justice"
Wed Oct 28, Noon to 8 pm. Reid Castle. Human Rights Awareness Day. Plenaries, workshops and Keynote at 7:30pm, Fr Michael Lapsley of Capetown, So. Africa and Founder of the Institute for The Healing of Memories, S.A., "The Journey Towards Healing and Reconciliation") OPTIONAL
Wed Nov 4, 7 pm, French Parlor, Reid Castle. Speaker : Tonya Gonnella Frichner, Attorney and Director of the American Indian Law Alliance (AILA) and North America's Regional Representative to the UN's Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues.
"Human Rights in the U.S.-The UN Declararion of Human Rights and the Struggles for Human Rights of Native Americans and other Indigenous Peoples"
Wed, Nov.11, 7 pm. Periodicals Room in the Library. Speaker: A Representative from SOA Watch (School of the Americas Watch) in Ft.Benning, Columbus, Ga. 'Human Rights in Latin America and the Role of the School of the Americas as a Training Ground for Death Squads"
Wed. Nov 18, 7 pm French Parlor, Reid Castle. Panel : Felice Gelman, educator, activist who recently visited Gaza ; and Yonatan Shapira, an Israeli formerly in the military, now with Combatants for Peace. "Human Rights in Israel and Palestine.Seeking a Road to Peace:
Special focus on Gaza and the UN's Goldstone report."
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A Seminar series of the Duchesne Center and the Connie Hogarth Center for Social Action. Offered with a 4th credit option by the Duchesne Center
PLEASE REGISTER NOW! (DEADLINE -THIS TUES, OCTOBER 20TH!
contact Paolo at Duchesne 323-5186 or Connie at 323-7156