De Reus Speaks at Human Rights Day Events
Monday, March 31, 2014 - 650 hits
Lee Ann De Reus, associate professor of human development and family studies and women's studies, was the featured speaker at Human Rights Day and Women's History month events held March 18-19 at Indiana State University. De Reus led the workshop, "Daring to Make a Difference for Democratic Republic of Congo" for 150 high school and college students, gave a public lecture about her research with survivors of sexualized violence, and conducted the workshop, "Gender, War and Nationalism," for the Women's Studies program. These events were sponsored by the CANDLES Holocaust Museum, the ISU Center for Community Engagement, the Indiana Humanities, and the National Endowment for the Humanities.
PHOTO CAPTION: Congolese students and staff at Indiana State University in Terre Haute, Indiana, with Lee Ann De Reus and Kiel Majewski, executive director of the CANDLES Holocaust Museum.
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