Human Rights and Fair Trade Club


The Trials of Daryl Hunt


There will be a screening of “The Trials of Darryl Hunt” on February 25, 2009 at the TSC Auditorium from 7:00 to 9:00pm.

This film is documentary based on a brutal murder of a white woman and a falsely convicted young black man. This exclusive portrait of a harrowing wrongful conviction offers a provocative and haunting examination of a community – and a criminal justice system – subject to racial bias and tainted by fear.

Admission to this screening is free and space is limited so please encourage your members/students to show up early in order to get good seating.

HRAFT: Club of the Semester at USU

The Human Rights and Fair Trade Club received the “Club of the Semester Award” at Utah State University for being an active and influential organization during the fall 2008 semester.  We were awarded $250 to spend on the club activities this semester.  Congratulations to all members who contributed in the fall.

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Speaker Event on USU Campus


Nobel Peace Prize winner and activist, Rigoberta Menchú Tum


Rigoberta Menchu Tum will present the keynote address for the 25th Annual University of Utah Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration week. (Photo courtesy of the University of Utah) More information on the event here.

Buy a Human Rights and Fair Trade T-Shirt for $5

picture-1Shirts are only $5 which was also the cost for us to make them.  We just want to get the word out.  Contact Brian at brian.h @ for more information.

Participate in the Red Hand Campaign against the use of child soldiers.

red_hand_day_2008_plakatThe adolescent are given a voice: Their demands will go to the UN politicians. (Don’t let the children die for you – THEY are the future! Rahel Fuchs, Schleiz, Germany)

Please participate!

“We ask all organizations, communities, parishes, schools and all individuals to join this protest.

We want to present the UN politicians in New York with one million red hands on Red Hand Day 2009 (12th February), the international child soldier’s commemoration day. We will make clear that we expect more than a ban – we want it to be enforced. We would like this demand to be supported by big activity events in all towns, cities and countries.

We want the international protest to be noticed: Please place your pictures and activity event reports at There you will find plenty of information about child soldiers and the Red Hand Campaign.”

If you live in the United States, please send your sheets of paper with the red hands to:

Red Hand Campaign
c/o HRW
350 Fifth Avenue, 34th Floor
New York, NY 10118