Human rights

‘In God We Trust’ in South Dakota Schools — and What Comes Next

School, Classroom

Students across the nation are heading back to school and for public school students in South Dakota, they will be greeted with prominent displays of “In God We Trust” inscribed on walls in stencil or paint.
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A Domestic Role for the U.S. Commission on Unalienable Rights

Human Rights

Commentators worry that the Commission on Unalienable Rights aims to redefine international human rights specifically in order to influence U.S. conceptions of rights.
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Political fights and human rights

Quran, religious freedom, Muslim, Islam

Both, sweeping generalizations about Islam and Muslims and the supposed alliance among all Muslims with the Left, result in the politicization of Muslim rights.
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Religious Freedom Center to Host Program on Chibok Kidnapping

The event will welcome Chibok girls who escaped the Boko Haram kidnappers, as well as award-winning author Helon Habila and human rights lawyer Emmanuel Ogebe.
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