Actress, activist in the classroom

Whitney Curtis

Before delivering the Stein Lecture in Ethics for the Assembly Series Nov. 17, humanitarian and actress Mia Farrow (right) participated in a seminar on human trafficking at the School of Law in Anheuser-Busch Hall. Karen Tokarz, JD, the Charles Nagel Professor of Public Interest Law & Public Service and director of the Dispute Resolution Program (left, in red), led the group of social work and law students. Tokarz is one of several WUSTL faculty conducting a yearlong initiative addressing the global problems of human trafficking. Farrow is deeply involved with humanitarian efforts for refugees in several African countries. Later, Farrow’s lecture in Graham Chapel focused on the situation currently in the Darfur region of Sudan. The Stein Lecture is given annually in memory of Elliot Stein, a longtime friend and supporter of the university.