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On December 10, 1948 the United Nations General assembly adopted the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR), a milestone document containing 30 articles proclaiming the inalienable rights of every person regardless of race, color, religion, sex, language, political or other opinion, national or social origin, property, birth or other status. Each December 10, the adoption of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights is commemorated across the world with cultural events and performances, public meetings and seminars, and other educational activities in promotion of human rights.
As an advocate and partner for the promotion of human rights around the world, The Center is proud to invite you to celebrate Human Rights day 2022 with us.
+Free Admission to The Center: Home Depot is sponsoring free admission to The Center December 10 in celebration of Human Rights Day. Reserve your tickets to explore exhibits featuring the historic and modern civil rights movement and The Center’s Human Rights Gallery which documents human rights violations around the world. Reserve your tickets here.
+Activities at The Center: The Center has organized a host of activities to educate, engage, and inform young visitors and families about the importance of Human Rights Day. Visitors to The Center will have access to dance performances, games, information cards, and gifts and prizes to take home. Join us in The Center’s Glenn Room and Mezzanine Space from 12PM – 4PM to enjoy:
+10 Days of Human Rights Giveaways: To celebrate Human Rights Day, The Center is hosting an educator giveaway. We’re offering Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR) scrolls as aids to help educators teach their students about human rights. These scrolls explain each article of the UDHR. Enter to win here!
We’ve coordinated a variety of free resources to help you learn and teach the importance of Human Rights Day.
The National Center for Civil and Human Rights stands as a leader in the human rights movement and a place that immerses visitors in the stories of the Civil Rights movement. Through our education, programs, and exhibits, we spread the message of equality and acknowledgement of human rights for all regardless of race, color, religion, sex, language, political affiliation or other opinion, national or social origin.
The Truth Moves campaign invites you to support The Center’s work to promote the truth of civil rights history, connecting it with the global human rights movement in order to inspire change makers to expand civil and human rights in their communities. From Giving Tuesday (November 29) to Human Rights Day (December 10), donate to the Truth Moves campaign to help The Center continue our mission moving activities!
The Center would like to thank The Home Depot Foundation for their support of The Center’s mission and their contributions to Human Rights Day.