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The invisible shield: how activists and lawmakers are breaking down qualified immunity, Part 3.

Publication Type: News

Source(s): New York Amsterdam News. 4/15/2021, p8-8. 2/3p.

Abstract: The article looks at how U.S. activists and lawmakers are breaking down the qualified immunity doctrine which protects law enforcement officers from being sued by those whose federal constitutional rights they violate. Topics discussed include some sta...

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For Cubans, New Ways to Speak Out, but the Same Old Arrests. (cover story)

Publication Type: News

Source(s): New York Times. 12/3/2019, Vol. 169 Issue 58530, pA1-A10. 2p.


Abstract: The article reports on human rights abuses in Cuba under President Miguel Díaz-Canel. Topics covered include the case of activist José Daniel Ferrer García who has been jailed since October 1, 2019, some claims that dissidents in Cuba are treated the s...

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Publication Type: News

Source(s): New York Times. 10/6/2004, Vol. 154 Issue 52994, pA6-A6. 999p.

Abstract: Reports on the murder of gay rights activist and founder of the Sierra Leone Lesbian and Gay Association, FannyAnn Eddy in her office in Freetown in September 2004. Details about the murder; Proposals for further investigation by the New York-based rig...

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Malcolm X Influencing future generations.

Publication Type: News

Source(s): New York Amsterdam News. 5/24/2018, Vol. 109 Issue 21, p8-28. 2p. 3 Color Photographs.

Abstract: The article discusses human rights activist Malcolm X's legacy commemorated in acknowledgment of the 93rd anniversary of his birth New York city, New York-based Harlem's Adam Clayton Powell State Office Building and comments of Mosque of Islamic Brothe...

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Source(s): Badge of Infamy; 1/ 1/1963, p6-10, 5p

Abstract: Chapter II of the book "Badge of Infamy" is presented. It discusses various political and social issues such as the struggle of people for absolute freedom, the efforts of citizens to lobby for reforms and the organization of several pressure groups. I...

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Dr. Markisha Smith Steps Into New Role at City: New Director of Equity and Human Rights talks about her vision for the role.

Publication Type: News

Source(s): Skanner (Seattle, WA & Portland, OR Combined Edition); 4/17/2019, Vol. 41 Issue 29, p1-3, 2p

Abstract: The article informs that Markisha Smith has become Portland's new director of the City of Portland Office of Equity and Human Rights.

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Russia Is Ordered to Pay Damages to a Protester.

Publication Type: News

Source(s): New York Times. 1/6/2016, Vol. 165 Issue 57103, pA6-A6. 1/7p.

Abstract: The article reports that the European Court of Human Rights has ruled in favor of a Russian protester who was detained while participating in a political rally and later on sentenced to jail for two weeks for jaywalking and mentions that Russian have t...

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