- RT @valariekaur: My Q to @ErrolMorris: What is your role as doc filmmaker? A: To pursue truth, above all. To never find it but always strive 10:04:20 PM April 17, 2013 from HootSuite ReplyRetweetFavorite
- RT @valariekaur: Filmmaker @ErrolMorris inspired us to create the @VisualLaw Project at @YaleLawSchl. Very excited to thank him in person. 08:19:39 PM April 17, 2013 from HootSuite ReplyRetweetFavorite
- Today 4PM! Filmmaker Errol Morris at Davenport College, moderated by @emilybazelon, cosponsored by @VisualLaw Project at @YaleLawSchl! 02:08:57 PM April 17, 2013 from HootSuite ReplyRetweetFavorite
- Will hang out w/Kalyanee Mam today! Dir of Sundance film "A River Changes Course" & adviser to @VisualLaw: http://t.co/uk6ELS9r4A 02:36:16 PM April 11, 2013 from HootSuite ReplyRetweetFavorite
- Excited to screen our film this afternoon with David Fathi of @ACLU Natl Prison Project #stopsolitary http://t.co/d5QolmPZcm @abfettig 04:54:43 PM March 22, 2013 from HootSuite ReplyRetweetFavorite
Sharanya Kanikkannan is a third year law student at Yale committed to the field of international development, and has focused on access to justice for the poor and human rights since she began law school. Sharanya worked with a paralegal services organization, Timap for Justice, in Sierra Leone her first summer in law school, and with the United Nations Development Programme in a capacity-building project with the national human rights monitor, the Provedoria dos Direitos Humanos e Justica. Sharanya is a student legal representative to clients in the Allard K. Lowenstein Human Rights Clinic, and the Jerome Frank Legal Services Organization as part of the Domestic Violence Clinic. She has participated in many student groups and journals, serving as an article editor for the Journal of Law and Feminism, and is interested in international law as well as foreign and domestic law relating to property, contracts, and criminal procedure. Sharanya comes from a diverse background but identifies strongly with her birthplace in south India and her roots in rural America. She is looking forward to her work with the Visual Law Project, which integrates aspects of her work with women, identity, and basic rights.