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Dan Kubis, Humanities Center “Public Humanities </span><br />
 
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Jules Lobel, School of Law</span><br />  
 
Jules Lobel, School of Law</span><br />  
Noble Maseru, Director, Center for Health Equity & Associate Dean for Diversity and Inclusion </span><br />  
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Leslie Marshall, Associate Director of the Center for Sustainable Business, Katz Graduate School of Business<br />
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Noble Maseru, Director, Center for Health Equity & Associate Dean for Diversity and Inclusion <br />  
 
Scott Morgenstern, Department of Political Science<br />  
 
Scott Morgenstern, Department of Political Science<br />  
 
Michael Murphy, Department of Sociology <br/>
 
Michael Murphy, Department of Sociology <br/>

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The purpose of this initiative is to strengthen working relationships between the University of Pittsburgh and community leaders working to address a variety of human rights concerns in our region. The aim is to amplify human rights on the city's and university's agenda and to raise public consciousness and discourse around human rights. We can help build an organized constituency for human rights in Pittsburgh by bringing diverse groups together and mobilizing university resources. Support for this initiative has been provided by the University of Pittsburgh's Research in Diversity Initiative of the Office of the Provost and the University Research Council

Our Work


Pitt Human Rights Working Group Members
Marcia Bandes, Pittsburgh for CEDAW Coalition (Convention on the Elimination of Discrimination Against Women)
Jason Beery, Senior Research & Policy Analyst, Urbankind
Michael Goodhart, Director, Global Studies Center, Pitt & Advisory Board member, Pittsburgh Human Rights City Alliance

Carol Hardeman, Community Organizer, Hill District Consensus Group
anu jain, Executive Director, Gender Equity Commission, City of Pittsburgh & Founder, Inclusant Consulting
Jamilah Lahijuddin, Youth Organizing Program, Hill District Consensus Group
Dawn Plummer, Pittsburgh Food Policy Council
Carl Redwood Jr., Hill District Consensus Group, Vice-Chair, Board of Directors
Monica Ruiz, Community Organizer, Casa San Jose
Laura Wiens, Director, Pittsburghers for Public Transit
Lisa Alfredson Graduate School of Public and International Affairs
Peter Odell Campbell, Department of English Program in Composition, Literacy, Pedagogy, & Rhetoric
Heath Cabot, Department of Anthropology
Lauren Collister, Director, University Library Systems Office of Scholarly Communication and Publishing
Sabina Dietrick, Graduate School of Public and International Affairs
Waverly Duck, Director, Urban Studies Program & Department of Sociology
Daren A. Ellerbee, M.S., Director, Community Engagement Center - Homewood
Erika Gold Kestenberg, School of Education Center for Urban Education
Sarah Goodkind, School of Social Work
Jordan Hayes, Department of English
Holly Hickling, University Honors College Academic Community Engagement Advisor
Cory Holding, Department of English
Shenay Jeffrey, Outreach Coordinator, Office of PittServes, & Advisory Board member, New Voices for Reproductive Justice
Michelle King, Learning Instigator, Teacher-Powered Pittsburgh
Kari Kokka, Department of Instruction and Learning
Dan Kubis, Humanities Center “Public Humanities
Jules Lobel, School of Law
Leslie Marshall, Associate Director of the Center for Sustainable Business, Katz Graduate School of Business
Noble Maseru, Director, Center for Health Equity & Associate Dean for Diversity and Inclusion
Scott Morgenstern, Department of Political Science
Michael Murphy, Department of Sociology
Paul Nelson, Associate Dean, Graduate School of Public and International Affairs
Marily Nixon, School of Law
Mary Ohmer, Community Organization and Social Action Program, School of Social Work & Center for Race and Social Problems
Leigh Patel, Associate Dean of Equity and Justice in University of Pittsburgh School of Education
Salvatore Pioer, Urban Studies
Roger Rouse, Global Studies Center
Jeffrey Shook, School of Social Work
Sam Shepherd, Arts & Sciences Graduate Fellow, History Department
Jackie Smith, Department of Sociology
Megan Stanley, Acting Executive Director, City of Pittsburgh Commission on Human Relations
Mike Stout, President, Izaak Walton League-Allegheny County Chapter & Former Grievance Chair, USW Local 1397, Homestead Works
Trevor Young-Hyman, Assistant Professor of Business Administration and Sociology in the Katz School of Business
Molly Warsh, Associate Director, World History Center
Eve Wider, Director, Millstein Library and Coordinator, Regional ULS Libraries

    • Project coordinator: Jackie Smith, University of Pittsburgh, Department of Sociology

*Supporting roles
*Jamie C. Ducar, Assist. Dir. Community Relations, Pitt Office of Community Relations


Activities


Meeting Documentation
November 2017
October 30 2017