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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 at the US Border The US Human Rights Network (USHRN) strongly condemns the United States (US) practice of separating immigrating children and parents at the US border. USHRN, its members and allies, denounce and call for an immediate end to...
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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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Climate Change, Human Rights and Rio+20

In our June 2012 podcast The US Human Rights Network’s Sacajawea Hall explores the upcoming Rio+20, the United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development. Monique Harden, Co-Executive Director of the Advocates...
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The People vs. Bank of America and Follow-up to the UN Expert on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples

In our May 2012 podcast, The US Human Rights Network’s Sacajawea Hall reports on the protest of Bank of America in Charlotte, North Carolina. We then speak with Andrea Carmen...
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Black Immigration Network Conference and UN Expert on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples

In our April 2012 podcast, The US Human Rights Network’s Sacajawea Hall speaks with Andrea Carmen of the International Indian Treaty Council about the upcoming visit of the UN expert...
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Malcolm Suber on Police Murders in New Orleans

Malcolm Suber, with United New Orleans Front, speaks on the recent murders of Black youth in New Orleans, Louisiana in February and March of 2012. He discusses what the United...
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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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