About the Lucy Parsons Popular Human Rights School
The Lucy Parsons Popular Human Rights School is an initiative founded by the Alliance for Global Justice to facilitate the exchange of training, skills and infrastructure to grassroots activists and organizers with a vision for transformative change and a mission to end to human rights violations in and by the United States.
Centering the lived realities, theories and movement-building strategies of our sister organizations involved at the frontlines of popular struggle in the U.S. and the Americas, the school envisions the cultivation of a stronger and more unified grassroots network of human rights defenders working in their communities to uproot the systemic foundations of modern human rights violations: capitalism, colonialism, white supremacy, patriarchy, neoliberalism and all forms of oppression and injustice.
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“To deny people their human rights is to challenge their very humanity.” ~ Nelson Mandela
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