Posts Tagged ‘Duke University Sanford School of Public Policy’

Watch: “North Carolina’s School-to-Prison Pipeline” Student-Produced Video

This short documentary produced by undergraduates in the Fall 2013 Video for Social Change course taught at the Center for Documentary Studies is a vivid portrayal of the devastating effects of laws, policies, and practices that push youth out of school and into the juvenile and criminal justice systems. The documentary was produced in association with the new organization […]


Watch “Your Voice, Their Money”: A Student-Produced Documentary on Big Money in Politics

Watch "Your Voice, Their Money": A Student-Produced Documentary on Big Money in Politics

A new short video produced by Duke University undergraduates in the Fall 2012 Video for Social Change course taught at the Center for Documentary Studies focuses on the effects of the Citizens United decision on state level politics in North Carolina and how citizens are fighting for campaign finance reforms. Your Voice, Their Money was produced in association […]


“Fragments from Another Life,” Photo Portraits of Refugee Immigrants Now On View at Duke’s Sanford School

"Fragments from Another Life," Photo Portraits of Refugee Immigrants Now On View at Duke's Sanford School

Photographer Rhonda Klevansky’s “Fragments from Another Life,” a series of forty-four black-and-white portraits of refugee immigrants, is on display at Duke University’s Sanford School of Public Policy through August 6. The exhibit is cosponsored by the Center for Documentary Studies. Through August 6, 2012 Rubenstein Hall 142, Sanford School of Public Policy 201 Science Drive […]