Human Rights and Free Speech: Integrating ‘Forbidden Voices’
Human Rights and Free Speech: Relating your Curriculum to Forbidden Voices
Many of you are doing great work integrating the PAGES media arts experience, the documentary film ‘Forbidden Voices’.Т Listed below are a number of organizations that deal with similar themes to the documentary and the subsequent panel discussion. Please take a look at these multi-disciplinary organizations as you continue forming curricular connections with this this experience.
MadLab– “A Theatre and Gallery is a non-profit organization in ColumbusТ is a laboratory where individuals and ensembles are free to experiment without censor.”
ConflictТ Kitchen– “Conflict Kitchen is a restaurant in Pittsburgh that only serves cuisine from countries with which the United States is in conflict. Each Conflict Kitchen iteration is augmented by events, performances, and discussions that seek to expand the engagement the public has with the culture, politics, and issues at stake within the focus country.Т The restaurant rotates identities every few months in relation to current geopolitical events.”
Freedom of the Press Foundation-Т “Freedom of the Press Foundation isТ dedicated to helping support and defend public-interest journalism focused on exposing mismanagement, corruption, and law-breaking in government.”
Global Gallery – “Global Gallery is dedicated to promoting Fair Trade handcrafted products from around the world while developing cultural enrichment through educational programs.Т Global Gallery currently has two locations in Clintonville, and on the campus of the Ohio State University. Global Gallery has also grown its sales, annually supporting more than 1,500 artists and producers from more than 45 countries.”
Creative Commons– “Creative Commons helps you share your knowledge and creativity with the world.Т Creative Commons develops, supports, and stewards legal and technicalТ infrastructure that maximizes digital creativity, sharing, and