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Students in PBPL 42 Participate in Letterpress Workshop

Rachel Hampton ’17, a student in Ethics and Public Policy, displays the poster she printed with Amos Kennedy, an artist visiting Dartmouth through the Book Arts Workshop. 

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On Wednesday April 6th, 2016, students from PBPL 42: Ethics and Public Policy joined Amos Kennedy to create posters of their own design for the class.  Kennedy, a renowned letterpress printer, creates political and provocative posters and publications addressing the issues of race, freedom, and equality, some of the central themes of the course.  Students in the course had the opportunity to learn letterpress techniques and discuss ethical issues that the current presidential administration is confronting. 

 

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