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Dr. King, SMU, & 1968

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As we celebrate the 50th anniversary of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s legacy, SMU remembers him beyond the change he made in the world, but in a way much more proximate and significant to the SMU campus. More »

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Santos Vive Documentary

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It has been 45 years since Santos Rodriguez, a 12-year old Mexican-American boy, was handcuffed, and fatally shot, by a white Dallas police officer, for a crime he did not commit. More »

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The abortion debate: more than a movement

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The SMU Feminist Equality Movement and Mustangs for Life co-hosted the discussion panel “More Than a Movement” on April 18. The panel’s purpose was to show anti-abortion and pro-abortion rights viewpoints and allow an open conversation surrounding the topic of... More »

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Equal Means Equal: the state of women’s rights in America

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On Thursday night a crowd of about 100 people gathered at SMU to watch a screening of the documentary film Equal Means Equal which was followed by a panel discussion addressing the challenges that women continue to face in the United States today and the renew... More »

Art displays human right issues

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A picture is worth 1,000 words, and the photographs and painted canvases in the Doolin Gallery represent the stories of human injustice in the world. More than 25 people came to the Meadows Doolin Gallery for the Annual Art for Human Rights event April 22. The... More »

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SMU alumni featured at human rights careers forum

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The Embrey Human Rights program is hosting a free human rights careers forum for SMU students wondering how to turn their degree into a job. The forum will take place at 7:15 p.m. on Thursday, Feb. 18 in Dallas Hall’s McCord Auditorium and will feature a diver... More »