Monday, 6 April 2015

Jayu, Art, and Human Rights

The people behind Jayu believe that art can make a difference in the fight for human rights. Their hope is "to be the catalyst for change and envision a world of globally minded and informed individuals who support human rights."

Please join us this Wednesday, from 1:30-2:30 in K203, to learn more about Jayu's mission. Gilad Cohen, the founder of Jayu, will lead the conversation. Here’s the link to the Jayu website if you’d like to learn more:

The hour has been organized by Wade Fleming, the Intercultural Awareness Award organizer at Lambton College. The hour will be a chance to learn more about Jayu (which Wade tells me is a Korean word that means “freedom”) and to join the conversation about the intersection between art and human rights. 

I hope to see you there!

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