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Human Rights November 10, 2021
Racial Wealth Gap Interactive Simulation by Hall Hunger Initiative
In the United States, the racial wealth gap has been impacted greatly by specific policies in our history. This event enabled participants to get a first-person perspective of racial inequality related to wealth through an interactive presentation by the Hall Hunger Initiative of Dayton.
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Human Rights November 03, 2021
Human Rights in the Context of Climate Justice

Faced with the ongoing long-term debate on climate justice, recent changes mean there is a pathway forward. HRC law student, Haochun Ling shares her thoughts on climate change as a human rights issue.

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October 20, 2021
2021 Summer Fellowships: Project Expedite Justice Summer Fellowship Experience

UD law student shares her experience working with Project Expedite Justice, an international nonprofit organization focused on empowering local communities seeking justice.

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Human Rights October 19, 2021
2021 Summer Fellowships: A Look at Counterpart International’s PAR Project Internship

This summer, student Steven Shamblen interned with Counterpart International, a development organization working on promoting human rights globally. He highlights his experiences while working on various projects through the Promoting Advocacy and Rights Program located in Bangladesh.

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Human Rights October 18, 2021
2021 Summer Fellowships: UD Students Experience Teaching With African Refugee Development Center

Four UD students spent their summer teaching refugees in Africa in partnership with the African Refugee Development Center. The students share their experience and insight into the opportunity.

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Human Rights October 13, 2021
Our Fall 2021 Climate Strike

Human Rights Center Intern, Anna Beebe, reflects on the recent climate strike, and how crucial it is for students to continue to urge university leaders to make efforts to reduce our university’s environmental impact.

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Human Rights September 24, 2021
How the Missing and Murdered Women, Girls, and Two-Spirit People Social Movement Advocates Using Social Media

Lack of communication between state, local, and tribal law enforcement is resulting in failures to investigate Missing and Murdered Women, Girls, and Two-Spirit People (MMIWG2S) cases. Through a social movement that harnesses social media, Indigenous people have taken up the responsibility of fighting for justice for these women and girls.

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Human Rights September 06, 2021
Serving the Dear Neighbor in Queer and Catholic Spaces
Reflecting on her summer work at the LGBT Community Center as an LGBTQ+ community member, human rights studies major Angela Weiland shares her experiences and deepening sense of her intersectional identity.
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July 30, 2021
Interview With HRC Senior Research Alexandra Budabin on Celebrity Human Rights Advocacy

HRC Senior Researcher Alexandra Budabin discusses her new book on the advantages and disadvantages of celebrity engagement in human rights advocacy with HRC Postdoc Paul Morrow.

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Human Rights July 15, 2021
A Conversation with the Keeper of King’s Legacy
A current UD student speaks with a distinguished alumna about her career in museums and human rights advocacy.
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