Human Rights and Fair Trade Club

The Trials of Darryl Hunt Documentary Screening
February 5, 2009, 11:33 am
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Below is an email the club received regarding a screening of the documentary “The Trials of Darryl Hunt.”  Please attend if you can.  Thank you.

To whom it may concern,

  • Theta Nu Xi Multicultural Sorority, Inc along with Utah State University Programming are pleased to announce the documentary screening of “The Trails 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.

African Association for Academic and Athletic Development
January 27, 2009, 8:12 am
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Ousmane Diatta and the AOAAD are making a trip to Senegal and will be raising awareness here on campus about different issues especially malaria.  You can visit their website for more information on their projects and how to contact Ousmane to be a part of it.

Hunger Strike
January 26, 2009, 12:04 pm
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Hundreds of thousands of people are going to be fasting to try and influence change in Africa.  See the article by following the link below:

Obama’s 100 Days Checklist for
January 24, 2009, 9:51 am
Filed under: Uncategorized put together a checklist of 100 things Obama should do once he takes office.  A pdf of the list can be found here.  He is already on his way with the progress he is making with Guantanamo.

Topaz Concentration Camps in Delta, Utah
October 30, 2008, 9:28 am
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Japanese "Relocation" Camp

“The internment of Americans of Japanese ancestry during WWII was one of the worst violations of civil rights in the history of the United States. The government and the US Army, citing “military necessity”, locked up over 110,000 men, women, and children in 10 remote camps. These Americans were never convicted or even charged with any crime, yet were incarcerated for up to 4 years in prison camps surrounded by barbed wire and armed guards.” –

The UN estimates that at any one time there are 2.5 million trafficked victims in the world.
June 5, 2008, 10:00 am
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Where did your cheap new pair of shoes come from?  Just something to think about.  Brian H.

Welcome to USU Remembers
April 22, 2008, 2:24 pm
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