7 pm* | FREE
Ann Burroughs, president and CEO of the Japanese American National Museum
Tanner Humanities Center for Human Rights Speaker
Katherine W. and Ezekiel R. Dumke Jr. Auditorium
Join the University of Utah Tanner Center for Human Rights for its first lecture of the year with Ann Burroughs, president and CEO of the Japanese American National Museum. For twenty-five years, Burroughs has worked with leaders, organizations, and networks in the United States and abroad to promote social justice and human rights.
*Complimentary access to Chiura Obata: An American Modern begins at 6 pm for those attending the lecture. This retrospective exhibition, which closes Sunday, September 2, includes many paintings and drawings from the Topaz Relocation Center near Delta, Utah, where Obata was held from 1942 to 1943.