Don and Arvonne Fraser Human Rights Award Recipient and Keynote Speaker: Dr. Azar Nafisi
Iranian-American bestselling author of Reading Lolita in Tehran; Visiting Professor and director of Cultural Conversations at the Foreign Policy Institute of Johns Hopkins University's School of Advanced International Studies; and lecturer on the human rights of Iranian women and girls, the relationship between culture and human rights, and the political implications of literature and culture.
Special Recognition Award Recipient:
Ellen Pence For her extraordinary contributions in protecting the human rights of women,
especially their right to be free from violence.
Volunteer Award Recipients:
R. Mark Frey and Rose Grengs For their dedication and pro bono contributions to legal services and advocacy.
Get your copy of Reading Lolita in Tehran or Things I've Been Silent About signed by Dr. Nafisi after the program.
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