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Lessons from History, What Have we Truly Learned?

Fifty years after the Freedom Rides can America again count on its youth to become the vanguard of change? Read More »

Amnesty International on Kosovo

Human rights in Kosovo are still worth watching. The Amnesty International 2011 report refers to the situation in Kosovo and Serbia Read More »

What Harm is There in This?

It's time for Iran to stop persecuting its largest religious minority. Read More »

Afghanistan: No Time to Lose on Health, Nutrition, and Justice

There is no time to lose in getting the Afghanistan strategy right, one that meets the needs of the people. Read More »

What Education Should Be

Education is an equalizer which develops an individual from ignorance to skepticism and eventually enlightenment. Read More »

Schwarzenneger, Terminate Kruzan’s Sentence

Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger must show his commitment to troubled youth by pardoning the non-crime of Sara Kruzan. Read More »

It’s Time for the US to Leave the Dark Ages: The Case for ICC Participation

Why the US should ignore Bush's policy, and join the ICC instead of antagonizing them. Read More »

Middle East Peace Process, an Illusion –UN Rapporteur

Richard Falk, the UN rapporteur on Human Rights in the Israeli-Occupied Territories of Palestine offered “the legitimacy war” as the best hope for Palestinians. Read More »

Take Action To Help Innocent Victims of Conflict

Today we can help innocent victims of war in Pakistan Read More »

Interview with Nava Ghalili on the Persecution of the Baha’is in Iran

They are being persecuted simply because they are Baha'i’s. Read More »