Michigan State University

MSU Libraries publish student anthology on civil and human rights

Ruth Ann Jones

cover of Speak Out! student anthology

We're pleased to announce the publication of Speak Out! The MSU Student Anthology on Civil and Human Rights.

Speak Out! is one of the library's contributions to Project 60/50, MSU's year-long conversation on civil and human rights. Along with the anthology, we've also been an active participant with films, musical performances, and exhibits on relevant resources in our collection.

In the anthology, five student authors reflect on difficult questions and moments in history that have moved, angered, or challenged them:

• Elizabeth Gil, Painting a Fuller Portrait: An Open Letter

• Kyle Goldstein, When is Censorship Justified?

• Sam Mather, Torture and Human Rights

• Kenneth J. Williams Jr., Racial Equality is a Myth!

• Connor Yeck, Eight Moments at Shima Hospital

Get your copy on Amazon.com or at the Main Library Copy Center on 2 West!

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