Every year, Human Rights Day is celebrated around the world on December 10. The date marks the United Nations' adoption of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights—the first global statement for human rights. This milestone document outlines the inalienable rights of all human beings.
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Want to teach your students how to make a digital story? Now you can with Media School, a new online workshop that walks you through the stages of creating a digital story in 11 easy-to-follow modules!
Through the stories of criminalized women and activists campaigning for the rights of female inmates, Conviction offers a rare look at the carceral system, as well as alternative solutions to incarceration.
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