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Hometown Human Rights: What 9/11 took from us and how to get it back

Robin Kirk, Duke Human Rights Initiative coordinator, to speak at Perkins
Tuesday, March 27, 7:30pm, Perkins Library Rare Book Room
Robin Kirk, coordinator of the Duke Human Rights Initiative, will draw on her experiences in South America, Turkey, and North Carolina as a human rights activist and writer to speak on the subject of “Hometown Human Rights: What 9/11 took from us and how to get it back." Kirk has been a consultant to the Greensboro Truth and Reconciliation Commission and an investigator in capital punishment cases.  Her talk is part of the Engaging Faculty Series, which is sponsored by the Friends of the Duke University Libraries.  Park for free on the quad in front of the Duke Chapel. Parking is also available for a fee at the Bryan Center. 
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Posted 26 March 2007

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