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Human Rights November 18, 2022
Call for Collaborators: Action Research and Rights Collective
The Action Research and Rights Collective, initiated by the University of Dayton Human Rights Center, began convening in Spring 2022 to lay a foundation for collaboration around methods of inquiry that center dignity, justice, and solidarity in our work.
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Giving November 11, 2022
Chaminade Scholar Leads Red Scare

Where else but UD would you find a student like Jacob Mantle? He’s a Chaminade Scholar and a leader of Red Scare — as focused on exploring his faith in vocation as he is dedicated to bringing fans to a frenzy under the bright lights of UD Arena. And those are just two of the hats worn by Mantle, who was president of Red Scare last year, and this year is the vice president for external relations.

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Human Rights November 09, 2022
Museums Making Efforts to Address Difficult Histories
Museum scholars and practitioners gather to share insights into the perils and potential of exhibiting mass violence.
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Libraries September 22, 2022
Celebrate Latinx Heritage

The University Libraries have a multitude of resources for learning more about Latinx culture, heritage and literature. Scott West provides a sampling.

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Human Rights September 21, 2022
Federal grant for extremism prevention awarded to UD HRC
The Human Rights Center received a U.S. Department of Homeland Security grant for a new project, PREVENTS-OH, which will develop a network of organizations to help prevent domestic violent extremism in southwest Ohio.
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Fine and Performing Arts August 01, 2022
Common Good Players present, perform at conference on using theater for social change

The University of Dayton’s Common Good Players took its show on the road this summer, presenting and performing at an international conference dedicated to using theater as a means to promote social change in Chicago.

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Faculty July 26, 2022
UD's Hudson ‘transformed’ human rights studies in nine years as director
During her tenure, Natalie Hudson established human rights studies as an independent program separate from the Department of Political Science.
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Campus and Community July 05, 2022
UD faculty, staff develop new first-year humanities experience with $100K grant
UD's mission to educate the whole person is embodied in a new mini-course being developed with a grant from the Social Science Research Council.
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Libraries June 24, 2022
Dunbar’s Birthplace
In celebration of the 150th anniversary of the birth of renowned Dayton poet Paul Laurence Dunbar, learn about his childhood home in Dayton.
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Human Rights June 06, 2022
Abroad in Geneva Series: Part 2
Claire is a junior Graphic Design major with minors in Human Rights and Photography. She is passionate about human rights advocacy and wants to explore an intersection of design and advocacy after she graduates from UD. At the Human Rights Center, Claire is a part of the Marketing and Communications team, assisting with social media content creation and human rights engagement opportunities.
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