The UN adopted its international standard for human rights in 1948. Let’s walk through the first ten articles of it now. Since December 10, 1948, the UDHR has inspired over 70 treaties that support human rights. Now we’ll go over what these rights mean. While you’re reading these rights, think …

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We need to stop calling the police a profession until they become one. There are certain basic standards that professions require. Unfortunately, current US police work doesn’t qualify.

Jenni’s Space (my space) is a messy space. It is a creative space. It is a space that centers on human rights and mental health and points out how the two interact. Jenni’s Space is a warm and inviting space for queer folk, geeks, and freaks. It’s for people from …

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Intersectionality is Hard for White Folk White people carry the power of white privilege in every conversation on intersectionality. And in all Western spaces, white privilege weighs more than any other privilege. It is heavier than male privilege, wealth and power privileges, able-bodied privilege, neurotypical privilege — you name it, …

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