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Roger Casement: A Human Rights Celebration (1916-2016)

2pm to 6:30pm // Thursday, October 13 // Memorial Union (MU II) 9am to 4pm // Friday, October 14 // Memorial Union (MU II)
When Oct 13, 2016 02:00 PM to
Oct 14, 2016 04:00 PM
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Roger Casement, the Irish “father of 20th-century human rights investigations” was also a diplomat, activist, nationalist, and poet. He was recognized and knighted for his powerful investigations of human rights abuses in the Congo and Amazonia. However, he was executed by the British for his pivotal role in the 1916 Irish Easter Rising rebellion.

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