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    Juneteenth celebrations mark the abolition of slavery on June 19th in the United States.  Many African-Americans celebrate this date instead of the Fourth of July.  If your people do not have a history of slavery, perhaps you didn't know this.  Now we know.  

    Juneteenth website

     

    Julie Mowat (AWC The Hague), Human Rights Team Co-Chair

     

     

    Looking for some training on being a Human Rights Defender?  Wondering what this all means? Amensty International offers an on-line course, available free of charge (although for $49 you can get an official certificate of completion) that you can take in a 4 week period:  Amnesty's Human Rights Defender course.

    As you begin the course, you will very soon come across...

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