Day of the Dead  (32 Slides)     [Page 1 of 3]  
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Students from George Watts Elementary School learn about Dia De Los Muertos in the Rare Book Room.
The ofrenda in the Rare Book room designed by Latino/a Studies.
The ofrenda in the Rare Book room designed by Latino/a Studies incorprated traditional Mexican elements of Dia de Los Muertos provided by Professor Robert Healy.
Spanish instructor Talia Weltman with four Jordan High School student mentees. Talia's Duke students mentored the four Jordan HS students last semester.
Watts students view ofrenda designed by Latino/a Studies and an exhibit of Dia de Los Muertos art work provided by Professor Robert Healy.
   
   
   
   
   
Watts students in Rare Book Room.
Watts students sit in Perkins entrance and discuss Dia de los Muertos.
Watts students sit in Perkins entrance among the ofrendas.
Watts students in Perkins lobby learn about Dia de los Muertos.
Student in Bob Korstad’s Humanitarian Challenges class prepares DVD presentation for ofrenda.
   
   
   
   
   
Professor Bob Korstad and his students in front of their ofrenda.
Ofrenda designed by Robin Kirk’s class on Human Rights in Latin America.
Ofrenda designed by Robin Kirk’s class on Human Rights in Latin America
The many faces of human rights in Latin America.
Images and documents that bear the history of human rights in Latin America