Kaleidoscope Activism Day – Gender Still Matters
Duke Students engage campus and community in exploration gender equality
Documentary studies students are sculpted to express human rights and equality concepts as part of a ‘Gender Still Matters’ Kaleidoscope Activism Day at the West Campus bus stop. The service-learning class, taught by Barbara Lau, is called Civil/Human Rights Activism in Durham: In the Spirit of Pauli Murray.
Kaleidoscope Activism Day: Gender Still Matters
Join Duke University students for a day of reflection upon the experiences of Durham women as they relate to the fight for human rights, activism and equality. During this day of celebration, explore these experiences by joining us for a series of gatherings to be held at 10am at the West Campus bus stop, 12:30pm on the Bryan Center Plaza, and 6pm in the Brightleaf District in downtown Durham.
Playing Feminist Feud at the Bryan Center – Quotes from pre-2000 & post-2000, you guess!
Kaleidoscope Activism Day is made possible thanks to a collaboration with the Pauli Murray Project, an initiative of the Duke Human Rights Center at the Franklin Humanities Institute and is supported by Duke Service Learning.