Market Photo Workshop's Lekgetho Makola, artist Lebohang Kganye, and Africa is a Country’s Sean Jacobs discuss the role of photography in shaping memory and contemporary culture in South Africa.
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Georgetown Law professor and former federal prosecutor Paul Butler talks about his new book, Chokehold: Policing Black Men.
University of Baltimore Law School’s Moot Court Room, 1401 N Charles Street, Baltimore, MD 21217
Moving Walls 24: Here We Are brings together 10 individual and collective artists, journalists, documentarians, and advocates who engage with art and documentary practice as a form of resistance.
A new report documents how Azerbaijani journalists and activists have been harassed by their government even while living abroad.
This event sheds light on the situation along the Western Balkans’ migration route and provides an opportunity for experts to analyze how the migration crisis and the European Union’s response to it has impacted the region.
This documentary film traces the everyday lives of five women in the region, highlighting the vital if sometimes unacknowledged role they play in their communities.
Oscar-nominated director Evgeny Afineevsky discusses his new film, Cries from Syria, and the brutal Syrian conflict—and responds to online questions.
The Open Society Foundations welcome the Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law for a conversation about their work responding to the rise in hate incidents in the United States that began in late 2016.