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About the Lucy Parsons Popular Human Rights School
The Lucy Parsons Popular Human Rights School is an initiative to build grassroots solidarity and capacity through the exchange of perspectives, training, skills and infrastructure based in alternative frameworks for understanding and promoting human rights.
Centering the lived realities, curriculum, expertise and activist tools of grassroots leadership in the American continent, the school envisions a stronger and more unified network of certified human rights observers organizing their communities to uproot the capitalist, colonialist, patriarchal and imperialist violence waged on our peoples in and outside of U.S. borders.
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“To deny people their human rights is to challenge their very humanity.” ~ Nelson Mandela
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