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Human Rights June 03, 2020
Looking Back to Move Forward
Reflecting on the events of this past spring, it’s easy to see parallels with the social concerns that occupied Americans fifty years ago. Dr. Paul Morrow outlines these parallels, bringing to light the racial divisions of the Vietnam era that are still felt today.
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Human Rights June 02, 2020
Stand Up for Human Rights: #BlackLivesMatter
The Human Rights Center joins the multitude of voices condemning the murders of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery, and too many other Black men and women, demanding accountability for these injustices and proposing actions to reform our current system.
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President May 30, 2020
May Love Light Our Path
In a letter to the campus community, I ask students, faculty and staff to "take a stand on the side of justice, on the side of dignity for all of God’s children."
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Human Rights May 20, 2020
What I’ve Gained from Being the Inaugural Linda C. Majka Fellow

Jenny Sobnosky'21 shares her experience with researching and advocating for immigrant and refugee rights in Dayton through the Linda C. Majka Fellowship at the Human Rights Center. 

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Service May 20, 2020
ECHO Newsletter 5-20-20

Here is the newest ECHO newsletter to help support K-12 students and their families with social, emotional, educational, and community resources and information. 

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Human Rights May 18, 2020
A Triple Bottom Line: Developing Environmental, Social, and Economic Sustainability in Student Business Practices
The Human Rights Center and Hanley Sustainability Institute have collaborated with Flyer Enterprises, UD’s student run business, to develop business practices centered around human rights and sustainability.
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Human Rights May 13, 2020
Independent Revolts: Women on UD’s Campus from 1968-1971

The early women’s rights movement at UD was led by activists like Lynn Brumfield, interviewed by Hannah Kratofil'20  and Alexandra Michalski'20 for their archival research on women’s movement on campus.

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Service May 12, 2020
ECHO Newsletter 5-12-20

Here is the newest ECHO newsletter to help support K-12 students and their families with social, emotional, educational, and community resources and information. 

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Campus and Community May 07, 2020
Virtual Archives, Remote Study, Distant Farewells

Archives intern laments her final semester's unexpected turns and tackles an uncertain future with compassion, solidarity and hope.

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Service May 06, 2020
ECHO Newsletter 5-4-20

Here is the newest ECHO newsletter to help support K-12 students and their families with social, emotional, educational, and community resources and information. 

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