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What’s Next for #MeToo

What’s Next for #MeToo

This blog post was written by Amy Gregg, YWCA of Greater Atlanta Advocacy Intern and MPH Candidate Not a single woman I have talked to about #MeToo has seemed surprised

Rights Not Reserved Episode 13: Nic Stone

Rights Not Reserved Episode 13: Nic Stone

Nic Stone joined us on Rights Not Reserved this month to discuss her new novel Dear Martin. Topics discussed: The debut of Dear Martin at the Center for Civil and

A New Generation of Activist Athlete

A New Generation of Activist Athlete

BY PELLOM MCDANIELS III, Curator of African American collections in the Stuart A. Rose Manuscripts, Archives and Rare Books Library where he specializes in sports history, African American athletes and

Sunday Funday

I want to take a step back and appreciate all my blessings thus far. I am a paid intern at one of the best places I have worked, so far.

The National Center for Civil and Human Rights stands in the protection of all peoples

The National Center for Civil and Human Rights stands in the protection of all peoples

The National Center for Civil and Human Rights stands in the protection of all peoples. The recent legislation on DACA is an affront to humanity. Our Dreamers through no fault

The National Center for Civil and Human Rights demands civil and human rights for all humanity.

The National Center for Civil and Human Rights demands civil and human rights for all humanity. The methods and tactics used by the white supremacist organizations in Charlottesville are abhorrent

What is Race?

What is Race?

During one of my shifts at the Center for Civil and Human Rights, I met a guest from Uruguay. After experiencing the lunch counter sit-in simulator, she was shocked. She

Master of My Fate

Master of My Fate

I knew exactly what I wanted to talk about for the 3rd installment of Standing Room Only: hunger and homelessness. The topic made me hesitate because of my lack of

Otherness

Otherness

“Do you know who this is?” Kelli Edwards, the Center for Civil and Human Rights’s Program Manager, asked a group of young children circled around three tables. Kelli held up

Powerful People in Progress: Doug Shipman and Derreck Kayongo

Powerful People in Progress: Doug Shipman and Derreck Kayongo

Rights Not Reserved is a podcast from the National Center for Civil and Human Rights. We discuss activism, history and today’s pressing human rights concerns with local, national and international