Human Rights in the Time of COVID-19: An Interview with Dominique Morgan
In this video in this series, Goldstein Center faculty interview leading experts and community figures in an attempt to face down some of the most serious human rights challenges that confront us during this time of Covid-19. The series is a production of the Goldstein Center for Human Rights and UNO TV; both at the University of Nebraska at Omaha. The views and opinions expressed are those of the individual contributors and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of either UNO entity.
UNO’s Dr. Alecia Anderson interviews Dominique Morgan about the impact of covid-19 in the prison system, specifically how incarcerated persons are coping inside. Dominique Morgan is the National Executive Director of Black and Pink; as well as an award-winning artist, activist, and speaker.
Religious Studies, University of Nebraska at Omaha; Anderson, Alecia D.; and Morgan, Dominique, "Human Rights in the Time of COVID-19: An Interview with Dominique Morgan" (2021). GCHR Faculty Proceedings & Presentations. 7.