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United States Holocaust Memorial MuseumWashington, D.C. • April 4, 2011

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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The Fairmont San FranciscoSan Francisco, CA • April 13, 2011

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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NYU Brown BuildingNew York, NY • March 24, 2011

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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National Museum of African American History and CultureWashington, D.C. • April 4, 2011

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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University of Minnesota - Twin CitiesMinneapolis, MN • April 4, 2011

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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