FREE & OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
Guests are free to take a self-guided tour of ENSLAVED: A Visual Story of Modern Day Slavery, by humanitarian photographer Lisa Kristine, and hear from the Goldstein Lecture’s organizers. This reception is sponsored by Suburban Rotary of Omaha. Light refreshments provided.
The exhibition is coordinated in tandem with the 18th Annual Leonard and Shirley Goldstein Lecture on Human Rights, sponsored by UNO’s College of Arts and Sciences’ Department of Religious Studies.
For more information visit library.unomaha.edu/enslaved.
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