National Guantánamo Teach-In

Location: UT School of Law

On Thursday, October 5th, the Bernard and Audre Rapoport Center for Human Rights and Justice joined 200 other schools in 44 states in a nationwide, day-long teach-in on the detentions in Guantánamo. The day’s events included a real-time webcast of panel discussions followed by a live photo presentation, play reading and discussion of the role of the arts in human rights advocacy.

The teach-in involved the play reading, “Guantánamo: Honor Bound to Defend Freedom.” Human Rights Scholar Annelies Lottmann produced the performance and several of the actors are UT Law students, including Human Rights Scholars Rachel Lopez and Radney Wood.

Event series: Symposia & Conferences