Category Archives: Human Rights

One Man’s Reasons for Supporting the Women’s March on Washington

I recently shared a WaPo article with my brother Paul on Facebook, which was entitled “Men are slow to show support for the Women’s March. Is it considered unmasculine?” I wondered what he thought about this question. I asked him why … Continue reading

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Why Ugandan Rights Activists Are Talking About Trafficking

Human trafficking is one of the most serious human rights abuses in the world, yet also one of the most underreported. That’s why Ugandan rights activists are trying to break the silence and draw more attention to this crime. The past couple … Continue reading

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