Political Activism

Human Rights Watch mourns the loss of Robin Munro

Human Rights Watch Human Rights Watch mourns the death of Robin Munro, who joined Human Rights Watch in 1989 as a researcher on China and director of the Hong Kong office. His eyewitness testimony to the 1989 crackdown on pro-democracy protesters in Tiananmen Square in Beijing helped the world understand …

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The community taught the graduate to use his voice

Betty Garcia was constantly busy throughout high school between attending Girl Scouts, Soccer, the STEM Club, Students Against Destructive Decisions, Cheerleading, Upward Bound, and the National Honor Society. This year, she took college courses in Minnesota West through the post-secondary enrollment option and was also elected principal secretary of the …

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Myanmar poets killed after coup

On March 4, her sister received a summons from the police to the Monywa morgue. She identified her brother’s body, Ms. Khin Sandar Win said. A bullet hole pierced his left temple. A long gash ran across his chest. The family wondered if the gash indicated that his internal organs …

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The formation of the Irish White Cross

In the early months of 1920, prominent Americans came together to bring international attention to Ireland’s campaign for independence. Their belief in the rights of small nations and their desire for peace in the years following World War I led many non-ethnic Irish to support the cause of Irish self-determination. …

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Nepal: Citizenship Ordinance – a victory for Madhes

ANI | Update: May 25, 2021 2:47 AM STI Kathmandu [Nepal], May 25 (ANI): The latest ordinance amending the Nepalese citizenship law, introduced by the President of Nepal Bidya Bhandari, indeed marks a historic phase in Nepalese politics and induces a sense of accomplishment among the Madhesis.The essence and relevance …

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