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This site is designed to develop both formal and informal human rights complaints. Any pertinent site regarding Human Rights is welcome. Integrqal to the home site is the refusal of the USA Supreme Court Petiton of David Nollmeyer, an AI Direct Action advocate, who argues such in importance between Dred Scott and Korematsu.
 

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   In Re: David Nollmeyer Preview Go
This site develops a System of Human Rights cases that are sworn in USA Federal Court. I argue the refusal of the Supreme Court Petiton to be in importance between Dred Scott and Korematsu.
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Link to free literature on Human.Rights, duties, social, political issues, justice, equalitarianism, well-being, spirituality, spiritualism, veganism, environmentalism, LGBT
   Voice of Women and Families in India Preview Go
This is the definitive blog on Women and Family related issues in India. It is hosted by reputed educationist Roshni Mathan Pereira.


   Mutant Freedom - Discussing human & civil rights. Preview Go
My personal blog discussing international human & civil rights, news, multi-media, political commentary and international law concerning the LGBT community.
   Terrorism Preview Go
I am currently pursuing Masters in Human Rights and my main aim is to encourage people to build a vital force against terrorism and raise their voice against the inhuman attitude of terrorists all across the globe. There are people whose loved ones have undergone so much and they need someone to hear them and put an end to the tyranny of evil.
   Parental Rights in Children's Medical Care Advocacy Preview Go
Child prodigy Shirley Cheng, a blind and physically disabled author and poet of 5 books by age 23, advocates parental rights in children's medical care. "When doctors ask yes or no, parents should have the right to say no," says Shirley, survivor of the 1990 internationally broadcast 5-month custody case against a doctor. Juliet Cheng was on CBS This Morning with Paula Zahn. www.ShirleyCheng.com






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