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Book Drive for Students at Stateville Prison
Support incarcerated students by donating books for individual students and the Prison+Neighborhood Arts Project and the University Without Walls Resource Room at Stateville Prison.
Mississippi Freedom Letters Campaign
Join the Human Rights Lab and UChicago Amnesty International as we participate in the Mississippi Freedom Letters Campaign, a project to write letters to every person incarcerated in Mississippi.
2020 Human Rights in Practice Internship Symposium
Join the Pozen Center for our annual Human Rights in Practice Internship Symposium featuring presentations by 2019 Human Rights Interns and program alumni.
Katherine Franke's Repair: Redeeming the Promise of Abolition
Join the Mass Incarceration Working Group and Katherine Franke for a roundtable discussion with local activists including Lab Director Alice Kim regarding topics surrounding Franke's most recent book, "Repair: Redeeming the Promise of Slavery's Abolition."
Elissa Washuta & Theresa Warburton: Shapes of Native Nonfiction
Authors and editors Elissa Washuta and Theresa Warburton discuss their new edited anthology, "Shapes of Native Nonfiction."
What Justice Looks Like: Art as Activism
Join Human Rights Lab Artist-in-Residence Dorothy Burge, a self-taught fabric and multimedia artist, as she demonstrates how artistic practice can be a tool to teach history, raise cultural awareness, and inspire action.
Smart Talk: What About Human Rights? - "Borders and Human Rights: Can They Be Reconciled?"
In our second Smart Talk of the academic year, join University of Chicago Law Professors Tom Ginsburg and Claudia Flores for a discussion of refugee and migrant rights in the current political landscape.