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A Spotlight on Injustice
the international board that the Human Rights Watch. All chairs the board of ..... about the horrible. Violation of human rights and having to do with violence ..... the The the real distinction of human rights watchers that we do fact based
justice and humanitarian work and she chairs the international board that the Human Rights Watch. All chairs the board of Landmine survivor's network. She's on the count of foreign relations and -- bio goes on and
to the Congo. And -- told me about the horrible. Violation of human rights and having to do with violence perpetrated against women in the Congo. And I think it's important for all of us to hear about it till the listener what you were telling us about how women being treated in the -- -- The the real distinction of human rights watchers that we do fact based research we have researchers most of whom are from the area. That they cover who. Go in and often very difficult and dangerous situations and do there are serious research with witnesses and victims and survivors. A horrendous human rights abuse. What's happening in the DR seeing how the Democratic Republic of the Congo ends. I think so horrendous and people are
A Spotlight on Injustice
Jane Olson has dedicated her life to fighting for international social justice. As the chair of Human Rights Watch's board of directors, she's been a witness to the horrors of war around the world and continues to monitor the human
Sally Field Shares Her Love for Her Openly Gay Son
In the fall of 2012, Sally Field's openly gay son, Sam, presented his mother with a human rights award. Her impassioned acceptance speech brought cheers from the crowd, and her use of profanity in the speech made headlines. Watch as Sally shares why she thinks it's important for proud parents of ...
The Power of Doing the Right Thing: A Panel Discussion with Kelly Chapman Meyer, Rebecca Onie and John Prendergast, Moderated by Chris Matthews
Go inside O's Own Your Power event! Watch as Chris Matthews interviews environmental activist Kelly Chapman Meyer, Project Health co-founder Rebecca Onie and human - rights activist John Prendergast about the power of doing the right thing.
The Derrick Ashong Experience 11/13/2010 - Hour 1
Oprah Radio host Derrick Ashong talks about human rights activist and Nobel Peace Prize laureate Aung San Suu Kyi's release from house arrest in Burma and former President George Bush's new book, Decision Points.
LGBT Community and Workplace Discrimination
Oprah Radio host Dr. Laura Berman and Candace Gingrich-Jones, associate director of the Youth and Campus Outreach Program at the Human Rights Campaign, discuss workplace discrimination members of the LGBT community face and why high-profile individuals co
18 Amazing Ways to Give Back with $5 or More
charity If you have $5... Help send an anti-bullying DVD produced by the LGBT advocacy group Human Rights Campaign Foundation to an elementary school teacher. HRC.org Begin a new chapter for children who live in rural Africa by paying
5 of Life's Toughest Questions—Answered
courage and resilience. New York Times columnist Nicholas Kristof has twice won the Pulitzer Prize for his reporting on human - rights issues. lifes big questions I'm Aging—and Panicking. Where Can I Find Peace? As you get older, you find yourself
Rob Bell's Bright Outlook for the Universe
moral arc of the universe is long but it bends toward justice that we cannot be full evolved human beings we care about human rights and basic dignity. That all of our survival was tied to the survival of every one. And he finishes with us the moral
that we cannot be full evolved human beings -- we care about human rights and basic dignity. That all of our survival was tied to the survival of every one. And he finishes with us the