"Leonard: Political Prisoner" Wins 2021 Human Rights Audio Documentary Award - Duke University Libraries Blogs
Our podcast Leonard: Political Prisoner claimed the 2021 Human Rights Audio Documentary Award from Duke University!
The Human Rights Audio Documentary Award seeks to support outstanding documentary artists exploring human rights and social justice and expand the audio holdings in the archive for long-term preservation and access.
The audio series and related supporting documents will be preserved on campus at the David M. Rubenstein Rare Book & Manuscript Library.
We are grateful to Duke for the special recognition and the opportunity to work with a team of archivists at the Rubinstein Library.
Post by Patrick Stawski, Human Rights Archivist, and Caitlin Margaret Kelly, Curator Archive of Documentary Arts A podcast about a Native American activist convicted of a double-murder he might not have committed is the winner of the 2021 Human Rights Audio Documentary Award sponsored by Duke Univer...