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27th Anniversary of the Genocide Against the Tutsi in Rwanda
Senior Fellow and Professional Lecturer Noam Schimmel recently published a thought piece titled "A Postcolonial Reflection on the Rwandan Genocide Against the Tutsi and its Legacy" for the Commemoration of the 27th Anniversary of the Genocide Against the Tutsi in Rwanda.
Landecker Fellow Asha Iman Veal Announces Participating Artists for Upcoming Raisin Exhibition
Alfred Landecker Democracy Fellow Asha Iman Veal has spent the past several weekends on-site at the 6018 North experimental arts and culture space in Chicago, planning with the tremendous artists who will participate in this fall's Raisin exhibition. This exhibition, which will take place at 6018 North, is a partner project of the Chicago Architecture Biennial 2021.
Philosophy of Arguing: Workshop led by Landecker Fellow Thomas Arnold
As part of his Fellowship project, Alfred Landecker Democracy Fellow Thomas Arnold will be leading an online workshop, which will be focused on the rhetoric and philosophy of arguing that can be helpful for future teachers and educators.
Trans_forming Care: an ethnographic study on trans and non-binary care work
Senior Fellow and Humanity in Action Guest Speaker Francis Seeck will publish their dissertation with the title "Trans_forming Care: an ethnographic study on trans and non-binary care work." The dissertation will be available online and in print (in German).
How To Fix Democracy Live Session with Margaret Atwood
The Bertelsmann Foundation North America, Humanity in Action, and the Canadian Institute for Citizenship invite you to a live discussion about 21st century citizenship and democracy.
"Stop Killing Us": New Podcast by Senior Fellow Charlotte Recoquillon
Senior Fellow Charlotte Recoquillon has recently released Episode 1 of her new podcast series "Stop Killing Us." In light of the Black Lives Matter Movement and the murder of George Floyd, Charlotte discusses police brutality, which is not unique to the US and is also present in other countries.
The First Racism Quiz: Reflection by Landecker Fellow Lievnath Faber
Alfred Landecker Democracy Fellow Lievnath Faber recently wrote a Facebook post in which she reflects on the first Racism Quiz and Knowledge Test that aired on public television a few days after the Dutch elections.
Food, Language, and Land-based Education in the Catawba Nation
On March 16th, Alfred Landecker Democracy Fellow and Humanity in Action Senior Fellow DeLesslin “Roo” George-Warren gave a virtual lecture for RISD’s Nature–Culture–Sustainability Studies MA program.
Humanity in Action selected as a Top Summer Fellowship of 2020
ProFellow has selected the Humanity in Action Fellowship as one of its Top 10 Summer Fellowships of 2020.
Humanity in Action Fellowship Named Among 10 Fellowships for Human Rights
Humanity in Action was named by Human Rights Careers among 10 of the top Fellowships for human rights.
Humanity in Action Fellowship Named among 5 Fellowships to Keep an Eye on
The Humanity in Action Fellowship has been named by College Magazine among five Fellowships to keep an eye on, joining the ranks of Fulbright, the Watson Fellowship and Princeton.