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John Legend Named 1st Recipient of New Social Justice Award – U.S. News & World Report



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John Legend Named 1st Recipient of New Social Justice Award
U.S. News & World Report
John Legend Named 1st Recipient of New Social Justice Award. John Legend is expected on a Massachusetts college campus this week to be recognized for his social justice work and receive an award. | April 30, 2017, at 7:24 p.m.. MORE.
Musician John Legend to receive new social-justice awardNH1 News

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In an era of renewed activism, a look at what social justice efforts stick – The College Voice



The College Voice
In an era of renewed activism, a look at what social justice efforts stick
The College Voice
Since the election of Donald Drumpf, our nation has been seeing a resurgence of social justice activism similar to the Civil Rights Movement of the 1960's. Looking back at the lessons learned from the civil rights movement, we see some efforts which

Priebus: Human rights do matter to White House – Politico



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Priebus: Human rights do matter to White House
Politico
"It doesn't mean that human rights don't matter," Priebus told ABC's "This Week" on Sunday, "but what it does mean is that the issues facing us developing out of North Korea are so serious that we need cooperation at some level with as many partners in
Trump invited Philippines' leader Rodrigo Duterte to the White House, despite his abysmal human rights recordSalon

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Commission announces Huynh awards for human rights, social justice – Davis Enterprise


Commission announces Huynh awards for human rights, social justice
Davis Enterprise
The city of Davis' Human Relations Commission on Thursday announced the recipients of this year's Thong H. Huynh Awards for community service. The awards are a tribute to Thong Hy Huynh, who was killed in a racially motivated stabbing at Davis High …

Trump’s First 100 Days: Corporate Rights Trump Human Rights – Common Dreams



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Trump's First 100 Days: Corporate Rights Trump Human Rights
Common Dreams
After 100 days in office, the Trump Administration continues to wear its abject disdain for human rights on its sleeve. It has threatened to leave the United Nations Human Rights Council and has signalled Trump's enthusiasm for the most extreme forms
100 Ways In 100 Days: Here's How Trump Has Threatened Human Rights Around The WorldHuffington Post
Here's what Trump accomplished in his first 100 days from a human rights perspectiveMic

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Don’t let North Korea’s nukes overshadow human rights abuses – The Hill (blog)



The Hill (blog)
Don't let North Korea's nukes overshadow human rights abuses
The Hill (blog)
The international community is focused on North Korea's efforts to develop a nuclear weapon it could deliver to the United States. That is a critical objective, but Pyongyang's deplorable human rights record and those countries and companies that

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Nike’s Pathetic “Equality” Campaign: There Is No Fake “Social Justice” In Sports! – Townhall



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Nike's Pathetic “Equality” Campaign: There Is No Fake “Social Justice” In Sports!
Townhall
According to Business Insider, “that simple phrase is the basis for Nike's new campaign that speaks up for equality. The Equality campaign encourages people to take the fairness and respect they see on the court, pitch, playing field and other sporting

Human Rights Take Back Seat in Trump’s First 100 Days – Human Rights Watch (press release)



Human Rights Watch (press release)
Human Rights Take Back Seat in Trump's First 100 Days
Human Rights Watch (press release)
As he reaches his 100th day in office, instead of protecting and advancing human rights, President Donald Trump has embraced policies across a whole swath of issues that threaten them. His rhetoric and actions have regularly undermined longstanding …
Civil and Human Rights Coalition: Trump's First 100 Days Marked by Utter Contempt for Civil RightsCommon Dreams

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Social Justice ESPN to Fire Higher End Personnel – FrontPage Magazine



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Social Justice ESPN to Fire Higher End Personnel
FrontPage Magazine
ESPN's experiment in social justice programming isn't going well. Its business model was probably unsustainable anyway. But alienating its core viewers by pushing left-wing politics really didn't help. ESPN is blaming rising costs and cord cutters, and
Longtime NFL reporter Ed Werder laid off by ESPNNBCSports.com

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New human rights to protect against ‘mind hacking’ and brain data … – The Guardian



The Guardian
New human rights to protect against 'mind hacking' and brain data …
The Guardian
A response to advances in neurotechnology that can read or alter brain activity, new human rights would protect people from theft, abuse and hacking.

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