Duke in Pictures: Kaleidoscope Activism


Documentary studies students are sculpted to express human rights and equality concepts as part of a 'Gender Still Matters' Kaleidoscope Activism Day at the West Campus bus stop. The service-learning class, taught by Barbara Lau, is called Civil/Human Rights Activism in Durham: In the Spirit of Pauli Murray. Chioma Iwelumo, sophomore, right, shapes Kristin Wright of Duke Service-Learning, as students, from left, Sarah Scriven, junior, Brendan Potocki, senior, and Dominic Le, junior, strike their poses. In background, Zack Fowler, sophomore, looks on.

Also, on Thursday, the students headed to Brightleaf Square where they presented a showcase of images from the pursuit of gender equality both in Durham and in the world today.

Photo by Jared Lazarus/Duke University Photography