Posts Tagged ‘Duke Human Rights Center’

Watch: Undergraduates Explore the Lives of North Carolina Activists

Watch: Undergraduates Explore the Lives of North Carolina Activists

Center for Documentary Studies┬ávisiting artist Bruce Orenstein teaches a class each semester in which undergraduates work with grassroots organizations in North Carolina to produce advocacy videos for social change. As part of the growing collaboration between Orenstein’s coursework and the Duke Human Rights Center at the Franklin Humanities Institute, this summer the Human Rights Center […]


“Brother Towns/Pueblos Hermanos” Screening at North Carolina Latin American Film Festival

"Brother Towns/Pueblos Hermanos" Screening at North Carolina Latin American Film Festival

The documentary film Brother Towns/Pueblos Hermanos, a project of the Center for Documentary Studies at Duke University, will be screened at the opening night of the North Carolina Latin American Film Festival.┬áDirector Charles D. Thompson, Jr. will introduce the film and a Q&A will follow the screening. Monday, November 1, 7 p.m. Carolina Theatre (Cinema […]