All Articles about Civil Rights
Global Resilience COVID19 Stories Project
Our 2020 Fellow Mariam Hassoun created the Global Resilience COVID19 Stories Project, seeking to collect and share human stories of resilience that allow us to heal, connect, and feel.
A discussion space for the whole city
During his Action Project Yannik Roscher created a new spaces for democratic coexistence, where people who are underrepresented in public discourse are involved in the process. His project took primarily place in Frankfurt/ Main and focused on social justice, democracy and social cohesion.
Arabeze: A Collection of Poems
Senior Fellow Yasmene Dergham's project "Arabeze" is a collection of poems that discusses duel identity, social justice issues, modern day imperialism, and everything in between.
Panel Discussion with System Impacted Community Members
Senior Fellow May Lim held a panel discussion with system impacted community members who spoke about mass incarceration and its affect on people of color in the US.
Reflecting on American Gun Violence Through Dance
Senior Fellow Kendell Miller-Roberts's project addresses the issue of American gun violence through a variety of choreographic techniques and tools.
Voting Rights Workshop
Senior Fellow Jianhang Xiao held a Voting Rights Workshop aimed at spreading the knowledge of voting rights for Asian American immigrants before the general election on November 6th.
Community Organizing Workshops
Berlin Fellow Dennis Enßlen organized workshop series for political leaders on topics of community organizing and gaining base power in the face of cynicism.
Populist Discourses in Electoral Confrontation: The Case of the Far-Right
Project articulating and revealing the emergence of populist tactics employed to ensure the electoral success of the far-right in Greece.
“In Conversation with... Angela Davis”
In her Action Project, Lamisa Mustafa is building on the activist work she has already been doing at her university. The conversation with Dr. Angela Davis is just one of many events organized by Lamisa as part of the larger effort by the SMU’s Human Rights Council to advance and ensure racial justice on and off campus.
Bijlmer Valley - Get Digital
Landecker Democracy Fellow Zawdie Sandvliet is a Social Studies teacher and the initiator of the Afro-Dutch Studies at the Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences. His project will create awareness around the historically determined disparities within the Dutch elementary and high school education system when it comes to opportunities and educational results.