Document Duke 360 selects photo from Human Rights Fellows event
The DHRC at KIE Human Rights Fellows recently organized a special performance of local choreographer, activist, and dancer Tony C. Johnson’s “Embodying History Through Movement.” The work explored the struggles of slavery and the fight for equal rights in the 20th century. A photo of the performance was featured on the Document Duke 360º blog.
Document Duke 360º, is a collaboration between Duke Photography and the Center for Documentary Studies asking students, alumni, faculty, staff, visitors, or members of the Durham community to share their photographs and tell their own story about Duke. Each day, a photo is selected for the archive. For more information on how to submit, visit the Document Duke 360º website.
For more photos from the performance and panel discussion, visit the photo album on the Kenan Institute for Ethics Facebook page.