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Treaty bodies look at U.S. progress on torture and racism

Thursday, May 12, 2016 TREATY BODIES LOOK AT U.S. PROGRESS ON TORTURE AND RACIAL DISCRIMINATION By Human Rights at Home Blog by Margaret Drew This post follows up both Risa Kaufman's earlier post on UN Special Procedures and the U.S. visit and Martha Davis' post on two writings that take...
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It’s wrong to criminalize women for having an abortion, what about Indiana?

Most of the world recognizes it's wrong to criminalize women for having an abortion, what about Indiana?, by Cynthia Soohoo On Monday, the Indiana Court of Appeals will hear oral argument to determine if Purvi Patel was wrongly convicted and sentenced to 20 years in prison for seeking to terminate...
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UN rapporteurs to visit Detroit over water shutoff controversy

Two experts who report to the United Nations on water and housing issues plan to visit Detroit
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USHRN at #FergusonOctober

USHRN's Thenjiwe McHarris advocates for Human Rights in Ferguson
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M. Dunn found guilty of 2012 death of teen Jordan Davis

Michael Dunn found guilty of 1st degree murder in the killing of teen Jordan Davis
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Human Rights Commission visits U.S.-Mexico border

IACHR visited border to monitor human rights situation of children and families
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ACLU Summer 2015 Legal Internship

Apply to be an intern for the ACLU Foundation's Human Rights Program
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