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Moral Courage Project: El Paso

University of Dayton students traveled to El Paso, Texas, in May 2018 to interview and photograph human rights advocates, community leaders and faith leaders about their commitment to immigration rights work at the U.S.-Mexico border.

The students are now preparing a multimedia exhibition and podcast, both to premiere in spring 2019.

The Moral Courage Project is a program of the University of Dayton Human Rights Center, in partnership with the Human Rights Studies program and PROOF: Media for Social Justice. Learn more at go.udayton.edu/hrc

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