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USHRN Statement- on the Removal of Immigrant Children from Parents at the Border-

USHRN Statement on the Removal of Immigrant Children from Parents atthe Border The US Human Rights Network(USHRN) strongly condemns the United States (US) practice of separating immigratingchildren and parents at the US border. USHRN, its undersigned members andallies, denounce and call for an immediate end to this cruel and immoral...
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Poverty in the United States and the Exacerbation of Inequality in the Age of Trump

Poverty in the United States and the Exacerbation of Inequality in the Age of Trump Thursday, June 21, 2018 17:00-18:00 Room XXV Palais des Nations Geneva, Switzerland Despite being one of the world’s wealthiest countries, the United States has 40 million people living in poverty, including 13.3 million children. Recent...
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International Women's Day!

In our March 2012 podcast, The US Human Rights Network’s Sacajawea Hall celebrates International Women’s Day by highlighting the work of two organizations, The Center for Women’s Global Leadership and...
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TONATIERRA and The Catalyst Project

In our February 2012 podcast we highlight the work of two organizations as Kali Akuno speaks with Tupac Enrique Acosta about TONATIERRA in Phoenix, Arizona and Chris Crass about the...
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Podcast: Frontlines of Struggle

Million Worker March Movement and Occupy Oakland

This interview highlights the work of the Million Worker March Movement and Occupy Oakland and features Clarence Thomas, the National Co-Chair of the Million Worker March Movement, Executive Board Member...
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