Thursday, September 14 @ 6 pm
Richard Middleton-Kaplan, Humanity in Print: Literature and Human Rights
Professor and author Richard Middleton-Kaplan shares stories about human rights activist s he has encountered throughout his career. In this talk, audiences will discuss literary works that illuminate how to respond to those around us who have suffered human rights violations, and those who have committed incomprehensible acts. These works can even help us to make sense of the wrongs that we ourselves have endured. Learn more here and register.
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Thursday, October 12 Michelle Liu, University of Washington, “What Laughter Tells Us: Asian Americans, Comedy, and Belonging”
Thursday, November 9, Jennie Fischer and Anne Frantilla, Seattle Municiple Archives, “Women in Early Seattle: Looking and Hoping for Justice”
West Seattle, Washington