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      The Fairmont San FranciscoApril 13, 2011
      Hotel
      • San Francisco, United States

      In 1945 the Fairmont hosted international statesmen for meetings culminating in the creation of the United Nations. The UN Charter was drafted in the hotel's Garden Room.

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      The Carpenter Performing Arts CenterApril 7, 2011
      Theater
      • Long Beach, United States

      On 5/4/11, His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama will be presented with the first-ever "Shine a Light on Human Rights" award, in recognition of his lifelong commitment to human rights. Read more

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      Amnesty InternationalApril 5, 2011
      Office
      • San Francisco, United States

      This is Amnesty's San Francisco office and headquarters for our Western region activists! Read more

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      Amnesty InternationalApril 5, 2011
      Building
      • Washington, United States

      This is Amnesty's DC office and headquarters for our Mid-Atlantic region activists! Read more

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      Amnesty International USAApril 5, 2011
      Office
      • New York, United States

      Amnesty International headquarters in the USA! We also have offices in DC, San Francisco, Chicago and Atlanta.

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      Women's Rights National Historical ParkApril 4, 2011
      History Museum
      • Seneca Falls, United States

      The first Women's Rights Convention was held here in 1848. The 5 organizers of the convention were also active abolitionists, finding continuity in their struggle for equality across race and gender. Read more

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      Florida Holocaust MuseumApril 4, 2011
      Museum
      • Saint Petersburg, United States

      Artwork by Richard Notkin, titled "Peace/War, Survival/Extinction," is on view through May 31. Notkin's work addresses human rights violations of the 20th century, in an attempt to inform the future. Read more

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      National Museum of African American History and CultureApril 4, 2011
      History Museum
      • Washington, United States

      Construction of a stand-alone museum is scheduled to begin next year, but for now you can visit the museum's temporary home within the National Museum of American History. Read more

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      United States Holocaust Memorial MuseumApril 4, 2011
      History Museum
      • Washington, United States

      The exhibit "From Memory to Action" teaches visitors about contemporary genocide. Fill out one of the "Take Action!" cards to let the world know what you will do to protect human rights. Read more

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      Heart Mountain Interpretive Learning CenterApril 4, 2011
      History Museum
      • Powell, United States

      Heart Moutain was a site of Japanese Internment during World War II, where as many as 14,000 Japanese Americans were held without due process. It was designated a National Historic Landmark in 2007. Read more

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      University of Minnesota - Twin CitiesApril 4, 2011
      University
      • Minneapolis, United States

      The Human Rights Center at the University of Minnesota - Twin Cities includes a library with over sixty thousand documents in nine languages. Read more

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      National Underground Railroad Freedom CenterApril 4, 2011
      History Museum
      • Cincinnati, United States

      Visit "The Struggle Continues" exhibit to learn about 'unfreedoms,' like modern-day slavery and genocide, that inhibit human rights today. Read more

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      Plymouth Church of the PilgrimsApril 4, 2011
      Church
      • Brooklyn, United States

      Henry Ward Beecher, the famous abolitionist, was the first pastor of the Plymouth Church. On tours (by appointment), you can view the pew where Abraham Lincoln once sat. Read more

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      Anne Frank Human Rights MemorialApril 4, 2011
      History Museum
      • Boise, United States

      This memorial stands as an inspiration to those who believe in the fight for human rights. It includes a tree planted by Miep Gies, the woman who hid Anne Frank's family and preserved her diary.

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      The William Breman Jewish Heritage & Holocaust MuseumApril 4, 2011
      History Museum
      • Atlanta, United States

      The upcoming exhibit "Torn from My Home: My Life as a Refugee" will allow visitors to better understand what it means to be an individual forced to flee their home due to violence & armed conflict. Read more

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      NYU Brown BuildingMarch 24, 2011
      Academic Building
      • New York, United States

      The Triangle Shirtwaist Factory Fire happened here in 1911 & cost the lives of 146 workers-- mostly immigrant women. From the fire's ashes grew an activist movement that improved safety conditions.

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      OberonMarch 24, 2011
      Nightclub
      • Cambridge, United States

      Through April 2, the A.R.T.'s production of Prometheus Bound combines art with Human Rights and supports Amnesty in our efforts to free prisoners of conscience. Read more

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      Dumbarton Oaks GardensMarch 1, 2011
      Garden
      • Washington, United States

      World leaders met here in 1944 and laid the groundwork for what was to become the United Nations

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