- 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
Stephanie Keene is a second year law school at Yale who originally hails from South Florida. After graduating with High Honors from Princeton University with a B.A. in English and a Certificate in African American Studies, Stephanie worked with the United Nations World Food Program in Dakar, Senegal. At Princeton, she received various academic awards, including the Ruth J. Simmons Thesis Prize and the Thomas Maren Prize for academic scholarship. As a law student, she is a member of the Allard K. Lowenstein Human Rights Clinic, a Civil-Rights Co-Chair of Yale’s American Constitutional Society, and a Submissions Editor for the Yale Journal of International Law. Stephanie was one of the Project’s founding members, and in addition to her current role as a Project Participant, she is also a Development Co-Director on the Project’s Board. Her interests in the Project’s mission stem from her background in journalism and creative non-fiction writing, and a long-time interest in the intersection between visual and textual mediums.