I pulled into the garage, took off my helmet, and stepped into the kitchen. Then I was greeted by the enormous smiles and warmth of Archbishop Desmond Tutu and Mrs. Nomalizo Leah Tutu.
Category Archive: human rights
“We Charge Genocide”: A Historic Indictment of Anti-Black Violence in the U.S. Is as Relevant as Ever Today
Nearly 70 years ago, civil rights activists asked: why shouldn’t the perpetual destruction of black lives in America be considered genocide?
The ICC's Authorization to Investigate Crimes in Afghanistan Is a Step Forward for International Justice
On March 5th, 2020, the Appeals Chamber of the International Criminal Court (ICC) authorized Prosecutor Fatou Bensouda to investigate into alleged crimes against humanity and war crimes committed in Afghanistan.
A Declaration Against State Violence in Chile from Academics, Activists, and People Around the World
The diversity of signees shows strong political support for the brave protest that Chileans have made against the neoliberal model.
Socialism gets a second hearing in America, at the same time that menstrual equity breaks into the otherwise inert and unreasoning public consciousness.
Feminismo americano galvanized leaders and groups throughout the Western hemisphere who helped inaugurate what we think of today as global feminism—a fight for women’s rights and human rights on a global scale.
On May 17, 1838, the United States Army and local state militia initiated the forced removal that would […]
In the summer of 2017, I drove with one of my children to pick up another at a […]