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In The Studio - Champions of Human Rights

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Lin Weaver hosts Keith David Watenpaugh, Professor, Director of Human Rights Studies, UC Davis and Co-Director UC Davis Human Rights Collaboration.

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topics discussed inlcude: The most flagrant violations of human rights, ways to tackle some of the most pressing issues of these violations in the world today.  Human rights studies at UC Davis and the Davis Human Rights Lectures '2017 Series.'

Recorded 01/19/17.

Media Edge

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"How Students of Color Confront Impostor Syndrome" (10.5 minutes)

As a black woman from a tough part of the Bronx who grew up to attain all the markers of academic prestige, Dena Simmons knows that for students of color, success in school sometimes comes at the cost of living authentically. Now an educator herself, Simmons discusses how we might create a classroom that makes all students feel proud of who they are. "Every child deserves an education that guarantees the safety to learn in the comfort of one's own skin," she says.

2015 USBHOF Inductee Robin Morton Introduction & Speech

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The 30th Annual U.S. Bicycling Hall of Fame's Induction Ceremony, Dinner, and Silent Auction was held on Saturday November 12th in Davis, California at the Activities and Recreation Center at U.C. Davis. 

This is the introduction and speech of Robin Morton (Contributor to the Sport).

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZKKCRR2pKRE

2016 USBHOF Inductee Robin Morton

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The 30th Annual U.S. Bicycling Hall of Fame's Induction Ceremony, Dinner, and Silent Auction was held on Saturday November 12th in Davis, California at the Activities and Recreation Center at U.C. Davis.

Past Hall of Famers, Olympians, World Champions, other Elite Cyclists and members of the public gathered to honor 2016 Inductees Mari Holden (Modern Road and Track Competitor), Steve Larsen (Off-Road Competitor), Leigh Barczewski (Veteran Road and Track Competitor), and Robin Morton (Contributor to the Sport).

This is the introductory video for Robin Morton.

2016 USBHOF Inductee Leigh Barczewski

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The 30th Annual U.S. Bicycling Hall of Fame's Induction Ceremony, Dinner, and Silent Auction was held on Saturday November 12th in Davis, California at the Activities and Recreation Center at U.C. Davis.

Past Hall of Famers, Olympians, World Champions, other Elite Cyclists and members of the public gathered to honor 2016 Inductees Mari Holden (Modern Road and Track Competitor), Steve Larsen (Off-Road Competitor), Leigh Barczewski (Veteran Road and Track Competitor), and Robin Morton (Contributor to the Sport).

This is the introductory video for Leigh Barczewski.

2016 USBHOF Inductee Steve Larsen

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The 30th Annual U.S. Bicycling Hall of Fame's Induction Ceremony, Dinner, and Silent Auction was held on Saturday November 12th in Davis, California at the Activities and Recreation Center at U.C. Davis.

Past Hall of Famers, Olympians, World Champions, other Elite Cyclists and members of the public gathered to honor 2016 Inductees Mari Holden (Modern Road and Track Competitor), Steve Larsen (Off-Road Competitor), Leigh Barczewski (Veteran Road and Track Competitor), and Robin Morton (Contributor to the Sport).

This is the introductory video for Steve Larsen.

2016 USBHOF Inductee Mari Holden

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The 30th Annual U.S. Bicycling Hall of Fame's Induction Ceremony, Dinner, and Silent Auction was held on Saturday November 12th in Davis, California at the Activities and Recreation Center at U.C. Davis.

Past Hall of Famers, Olympians, World Champions, other Elite Cyclists and members of the public gathered to honor 2016 Inductees Mari Holden (Modern Road and Track Competitor), Steve Larsen (Off-Road Competitor), Leigh Barczewski (Veteran Road and Track Competitor), and Robin Morton (Contributor to the Sport).

Strata: Portraits of Humanity - Jan'17

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(1) The death of a chief on the Pacific island of Pohnpei near the megalithic temple of Nan Madol prompts a big funeral.  After a lifetime of humility, the whole village honors the deceased and his contribution with a feast of the best pigs, yams and sakau.  (2) In 2004, a boat covered by thick sediment emerged from the bottom of the Rhone River.  Rapidly ranked a French national treasure, this still-laden big barge, one of the best ever preserved from Roman times, is the subject of a highly important archaeological project.