Voices of our Community


Refugees, Fear, and the Golden Rule

A Compassionate Atlanta Call to Action: Refugees, Fear, and the Golden Rule Compassionate Atlanta Compassionate Atlanta understands that in times of great tragedy it is natural to react rather than respond to what we perceive… Read More


Volunteer Spotlight: Joaquin Casajuana

by Joaquin Casajuana

This month, we recognize Joaquin Casajuana as our volunteer of the month. View a Q&A about his experience serving at The Center below! If you have any questions about volunteering please email Robert Jones, Strategies Coordinator, at RJones@civilandhumanrights.org 1) What inspired… Read More


Tribute to Lynn Walker Huntley

by Michael Posner

Human rights advocates have lost a powerful champion in Lynn Walker Huntley, who died on August 30, 2015. Lynn led a remarkable life that was cut short much too early. I knew her best from… Read More


You Never Stop Learning

By Andrew Wu My first exposure to the Center for Civil and Human Rights was a field trip from Pace Academy sponsored by history faculty members. Although the Rolls Down Like Water: The American Civil… Read More


Volunteer Spotlight: William Gould

Bio: William Gould is originally from Rochester, NY. He went to college in Charlotte, NC where he obtained a major in Computer Science/Engineering. He currently works as a Sr. Technical Field Engineer for a Global… Read More