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Books and Articles
Human Rights 101 offers an overview of human rights intended for a one-day or two-day reading and discussion for any interested class. It may be downloaded and distributed without cost to faculty or students.
Facing State Violence: Truth, Justice, and Healing: Reader compiled in conjunction with an interdisciplinary conference held at Pacific School of Religion on November 17, 2007.
Radical Teacher 103 (2015): Volume on the “Radical Teaching about Human Rights” with theoretical and practical insights into the teaching of different human rights issues and documents.
Syllabi and Teaching Resources
Teaching and Research Centers
The Anna Julia Cooper Center, Wake Forest University (Race and Intersectionality)