Wednesday, May 25, 2005

Human Rights Video Project: A Librarian at Every Table. No. 274.

The Human Rights Video Project is a national library project created to increase the public's awareness of human rights issues through the medium of documentary films. To that end, we have curated a collection of 12 documentary films on human rights issues. The project also encourages collaborations between public libraries and human rights advocacy organizations to present film screenings and discussion programs.

Essays on the site include, "Sustaining the Public Sphere in Libraries."

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