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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.
University of Connecticut: The Human Rights Collections (including the Thomas J. Dodd Papers)
Syllabi and Teaching Resources
Teaching and Research Centers
The Anna Julia Cooper Center, Wake Forest University (Race and Intersectionality)