Archive for November, 2006

Center targets rules of law to improve human rights

From an unheated, bunker-like office in the basement of the International House, Bob Golten is working to change the world.  Golten directs DU’s Center for International Human Rights Advocacy, overseeing the Asylum Project and teaching advocacy courses that match students with international nongovernmental organizations working to improve human rights. A 1954 […]

Spirituals Project Choir to accompany play about abolitionist

The Spirit of Frederick Douglass is coming to the Newman Center for the Performing Arts Nov. 4 at 8 p.m. The play draws from the speeches and letters of Douglass (1818–95), who rose from the bonds of slavery to become one of the foremost leaders of the abolitionist movement. Accompanying […]