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The 2017 One Community, One Book Extended Discussion Series

by Kathrina Litchfield | September 21, 2017

The UICHR is proud to encourage our community to read and discuss this year's One Community, One Book selection The Butterfly Mosque by G. Willow Wilson. While we value the important questions that Wilson raises in her memoir about her conversion to ... Read more

Work for a Livable Future: Make All Children Matter

by Kathrina Litchfield | September 14, 2017

Work for a Livable Future: Make All Children MatterParents, Teachers, Youth, & Children Welcome. A Community Forum in Three PartsPart 1:September 21 6:30-8:00pm: Coralville Library Rm ASetting the Stage: Recognizing Violence & Terrorism on Children P... Read more

Who Should Police the Internet? Protecting Online Speech in Times of Crisis Featured Image

Who Should Police the Internet? Protecting Online Speech in Times of Crisis

by Kathrina Litchfield | September 14, 2017

When: Wednesday, September 27, 2017, 7:30pmWhere: Levitt Auditorium, Boyd Law Building                                                  Corynne McSherry is the Legal Director at EFF, specializing in intellectual property, open access, and free speech... Read more

Introducing the UI Speaker Series at Oakdale

by Kathrina Litchfield | August 02, 2017

The UI Center for Human Rights is proud to facilitate a college-in-prison pilot program at the Iowa Medical & Classification Center (Oakdale) this fall. Educators from across the UI campus are volunteering to teach a short-course in their discipline ... Read more

The Role of Transformative Education in Successful Reentry: A Community Discussion

by Kathrina Litchfield | July 16, 2017

The University of Iowa Center for Human Rights is pleased to host a conference and community forum on access to education and employment opportunities for Iowa's incarcerated men and women.For detailed information regarding the UI Speaker Series at O... Read more

Harriet Levin Millan will read at Prairie Lights

by Kathrina Litchfield | April 26, 2017

Harriet Levin Millan will read from her new book, How Fast Can You Run: a novel based on the life of Michael Majok Kuch on May 8 at 7pm. Five-year-old Majok fled his village when the government in the North of Sudan ordered attacks against the Sou... Read more