Last week we participated in a teach-in at Occupy Wall Street, in which we linked the problems caused by the financial sector with a broader concern over human rights in the U.S.
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If the government was serious about meeting its human rights obligations, it would design spending that meets people's fundamental needs, such as education, housing, health care, and work.
A critique on the eve of the first ever UN review of the U.S. human rights record
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