Tag Archives: Human Rights

Black Workers Remember

“During his fellowship year at the National Humanities Center [1995-96], Michael Honey, the author of a prize-winning book on labor and civil rights in the American South, is at work on a new project — an oral history of black … Continue reading

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Civitas Latinoamericana

W. Robert Connor discusses “The Idea of a Civil Society,” ┬áhuman rights conference focusing on Latin America. At the time of this interview. Connor was Director of the National Humanities Center, host of the conference. In the second segment [at … Continue reading

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Chinese-American Crosscurrents

Jing Wang discusses human rights and American popular culture in mainland China. Cho-Yun Hsu discusses political crosscurrents between China nad the United States. 667 – Chinese-American Crosscurrents

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The Civil Society Part 4

Eduardo Rabossi discusses human rights in Argentina. Zhang Zhilian discusses intellectuals and politics in contemporary China. 605 – The Civil Society Part 4

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The Case of Animal Rights

Do animals have rights? To what extent do animals participate in the human moral community? How should humankind view its ethical relationship to animals? Those questions are central to Tom Regan‘s book, The Case for Animal Rights, published in 1983 … Continue reading

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