Tag Archives: Human Rights defenders

2014 June 17: Muholi’s Ryerson University (RIC) Talk

by Fikile Mazambani 36 of more than 240 black and white portraits that make up Faces and Phases (2006-2014), hung in the Ryerson Image Centre as part of an exhibition meant to coincide with Toronto’s World Pride celebrations. Zanele Muholi, … Continue reading

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Photo of the Day from Human Rights and LGBTI in Sub-Saharan Africa class

by Prof. Frieda Ekotto Department of AfroAmerican and African Studies UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN __________________________ Program in International & Comparative Studies, International Institute Wednesday 12-3pm Human Rights and LGBTI in Sub-Saharan Africa This course will approach human rights debates that revolve … Continue reading

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