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Panel Discussion to Raise Awareness of Human Rights Violations
December 2 @ 6:00 pm - 7:00 pmFree
“Into The Light”
A Panel Discussion To Raise Awareness Of Human Rights Violations
Supporting Programming For When Caged Birds Sing, featuring the works of Ann Weiner. Thursday, December 2, 6 – 7 PM
Moderated by Ruth Mannes, MoCA Westport Executive Director
Join MoCA Westport for a special panel discussion, “Into The Light,” supporting our current When Caged Birds Sing exhibition. The panel is free of charge but advance registration is required. Hear first-hand from those directly involved in the effort to raise awareness of, and have an impact on, human rights violations in our region. The panel will include a Q&A from audience members. Come early to enjoy our weekly Happy Hour at Bar MoCA from 5 – 7 PM, and stay after the panel to view the 45-minute film associated with the exhibition.
- Claudia King, State of CT’s HART (Human Anti-trafficking Response Team)
- Cadence Pentheny, Coordinator, Community and Corporate Learning, LGBTQ+ Training Institute, Triangle Community Center
- Jamie Rubin, Southwest Regional Manager, Connecticut Commission on Human Rights & Opportunities
Seating will follow social distancing guidelines. Attendees will be required to show an ID and provide 1) proof of a full vaccination, or 2) printed proof of a negative PCR test within 72 hours prior to entry, or 3) proof of a negative rapid test within 24 hours prior to entry. See our full Health & Safety Policy.