Rhetoric of Human Rights Class Exhibit

Welcome to the class exhibit built by "English 202: Human Rights and Rhetoric" at Lafayette College in Easton, PA. In this exhibit, students triangulate the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, TAVP oral histories, and primary sources from the Charlie Brooks, Jr. Collection.  In their exhibit pages, students put the primary sources into conversation with selected articles from the UDHR, in order to analyze human rights rights rhetoric in the context of U.S. criminal justice.  The exhibit responds to the following oral histories:

Video 1 of interview with Derrek Brooks

Video 1 of interview with Keith Brooks

Interview with Joyce Hazzard Easley

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