Read for Human Rights: Javier O. Huerta, Serena Le, Samia Rahimtoola, and Yosefa Raz
How is a new generation of poets thinking and writing about human rights? Complementing this spring’s Art For Human Rights exhibition, featuring a selection of works by Fernando Botero (on view April 1–14), UC Berkeley graduate students Javier O. Huerta, Serena Le, Samia Rahimtoola, and Yosefa Raz read from their work.
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