Blog Posts & Published Newsletters on the Human Rights2019-04-10T14:06:11-07:00

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A Perspective In honor of July 7th National Tell the Truth Day

Pursuit of the Truth: Can we make this go viral? July 2021 Dear Friends and Colleagues, Thanks to some clever work by National Today, we learned that this past July 7th was National Tell the Truth Day. This inspired some reflection on what Truth is all about [...]

“The America I Know”

Arroyo High School students reflect on their life experiences to cast a bright light on the different Americas of our time May 2021 Dear Friends and Colleagues, On April 14th juniors of the Arroyo High School Future Leaders of Social Change Small Learning Community presented their virtual [...]

Strange Fruit: The Power of Poetry, Music, and Solidarity

The Universal Declaration of Human Rights lays out the interdependent and interconnected nature of our rights and responsibilities as human beings. Through art, we can follow how our lives connect across generations, cultures, and geographic locations.  The story behind the famous protest song, Strange Fruit, first performed and made [...]

Onward to 2021 and putting more human back into being

Subscribe to our Newsletter December 2020 Dear Friends and Colleagues, Recent presentations by Loretta Ross have greatly inspired me to think more about what it means to be human in these challenging times, and where we can go from here.  In the first of the two presentations, [...]

Teaching Guide on the Right to Vote and Participate in One’s Government

The World As It Could Be Human Rights Education Program Teaching Guide On The Right To Vote And Participate In One’s Government As we approach the November 3, 2020 Presidential election, The World As It Could Be Human Rights Education Program (TWAICB) is pleased to [...]

Heeding John Lewis to Speak Up and Speak Out Right Now!

We must mobilize to help contain Covid-19 and insist that our leaders act responsibly. August 2020 Dear Friends and Colleagues, We last communicated about where we could from here as we dealt with the initial shelter-in-place requirements to stem the spread of the Covid-19 virus. We now [...]

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