Blog for Human Rights Day 2012

 

On December 10th, International Human Rights Day, we curated the first ever Blog for Human Rights Day. With lots of dynamic content contributed by over 30 bloggers, we created a blog conversation about domestic human rights. Thanks to everyone who participated, or promoted the content through Facebook and Twitter.

Contributed Blog for Human Rights Day posts (in ABC order):

Human Rights in our Backyards from Ella Baker Center Executive Director Jakada Imani on Ella's Voice

A Woman's Right to be Free on Kismuth. 

Are we willing to do what it takes? By Amaka Agbo.

Banteay Srei- Young Southeast Asian Women Empowering Themselves by Suzanne Vyborney. 

Blogging for Human Rights on Between the Bars. 

Blogging For Human Rights Day and A Big Project on Queer, Fat Femme. 

Blogging for Human Rights: Morning reflections on Medew Nefer. 

Desde el pueblo de Oakland al pueblo Boliviano on Oakland Rising.

Every Voice Counts on the Texas After Violence Project. 

For My Little Brothers on Ella's Voice. 

Human Rights and the Death Penalty on SAFE California.

Human rights day: celebrating the determination of eco-warriors in east texas on Activist Defense. 

Human Rights Day Celebrated by Activists Around the World and My Mouth is a Fire on BlkCowrie. 

Human Rights Day Dec. 10: Freedom from Psychiatric Labeling- On Psychology Today, Science isn't Golden.

Human Rights in the US: Digging Out the Roots on Rogue Anthropologist. 

Making Human Rights Reality on the Blog of the ACLU. 

Making U.S. Children Behind Bars a Priority on Campaign for Youth Justice. 

My Mother's Work Deserves Dignity by Mercy Albaran.

Palestinian Civil Society Urges the World to Effectively Support Gaza through Boycotts, Divestment and Sanctions on Think on This. 

The Rock at Sunrise on Ella's Voice. 

Santa's Little Sweatshop on Rigged Up!

St. Mary's Piano Man on Redemption.

Stop the Madness of Separating Families on Ella's Voice. 

Stories and Movement from Arkansas and Beyond on The Boiled Down Juice. 

THE U.S. EDUCATIONAL SYSTEM AND AFRICAN AMERICAN STUDENTS on The Chinue X Project. 

Wasteful Spending to Detain Immigrants in a Maximum Security Jail on the ACLU Southern California Blog. 

Wishin and Hopin on Human Rights Day on Sparkle Motion. 

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