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World Music Day: Sounds of the World

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Join The Center as we celebrate the power of music on a global scale! Sounds of the World is our first ever, world music festival scheduled for Saturday, August 20th! We will explore various cultures through unique experience, powerful demonstrations and hands-on musical encounters. Performing artists include: Fourth Ward Afro-Klezmer Orchestra: Funk/Jazz/Jewish Klezmier Emory Gamelan

World Music Day: Sounds of the World

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Join The Center as we celebrate the power of music on a global scale! Sounds of the World is our first ever, world music festival scheduled for Saturday, August 20th! We will explore various cultures through unique experience, powerful demonstrations and hands-on musical encounters. Performing artists include: Fourth Ward Afro-Klezmer Orchestra: Funk/Jazz/Jewish Klezmier Emory Gamelan

World Music Day: Sounds of the World

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Join The Center as we celebrate the power of music on a global scale! Sounds of the World is our first ever, world music festival scheduled for Saturday, August 20th! We will explore various cultures through unique experience, powerful demonstrations and hands-on musical encounters. Performing artists include: Fourth Ward Afro-Klezmer Orchestra: Funk/Jazz/Jewish Klezmier Emory Gamelan

International Day of the Girl

Girls and their mentors, parents, friends and special guests are invited to spend the afternoon at the Center for Civil and Human Rights to celebrate the International Day of the Girl and the experiences of today’s girls across the globe. Activities include: Get moving! Get your day started by dancing with others to Beyonce’s Move

Welcome Reception for Shiza Shahid

The Emory Integrity Project and the Center for Civil and Human Rights presents a welcoming reception for famous social entrepreneur and the co-founder of the MALALA FUND: Shiza Shahid. Mingle with Shiza Shahid and discuss how she has become a renowned social entrepreneur and a mentor to Malala Yousafzai. Tickets to this event includes reserved seating

Reflections on the International Human Rights System

The Center for Civil and Human Rights, UNA-Atlanta, and the International Law Section of State Bar of Georgia invite you to a discussion with Judge Navanethem Pillay on the international human rights system. Judge Pillay served as a lawyer, judge, and United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights. She is famous for her work on

National History Day Research Roundup

Middle and High School students are invited to participate in National History Day 2017 at the Center for Civil and Human Rights. Our Education Team will be available on-site to help and give suggestions on this year’s theme: “Taking A Stand in History”. Students will receive an overview of The Center, learn about notable figures and groups who

After the Fall: HIV Grows Up

Join the Center for Civil and Human Rights and Creative Visions for a screening of After the Fall: HIV Grows Up. Meet the courageous survivors of the pediatric AIDS epidemic that swept Romania and shocked the world. The screening will be followed by a panel discussion with local experts in human rights and HIV/AIDS awareness

Women and Politics: Is it important to elect a female president?

Join the Center for Civil and Human Rights for a conversation on gender bias in the United States political system and the value of female representation. Leading the conversation on social barriers to women’s rights is Angela Rye (CNN Political Commentator), Dr. Beth Reingold (Emory University), and Sara Guillermo (IGNITE). We will address the question:

First Rights: The Fight for Indigenous Peoples’ Basic Human Rights

In celebration of Indigenous Peoples Heritage Month, we invite you to join the Center for Civil and Human Rights as we hear from activists, leaders, and legal advocates about the fight for native rights.