Irrepressible Spirit: Conversations with Human Rights Activists

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G.P. Putnam's Sons, 1996 - Juvenile Fiction - 230 pages
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Kuklin speaks with activists and human rights monitors in China, Cuba, Bosnia, India, Jamaica, South Africa, Tajikstan and the U.S. about the challenges they face in their struggle against human rights abuse. Honest and outspoken, this ultimately uplifting book celebrates the strength and courage of its subject. Photos.

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This book was very dense and more difficult to dive into as YA nonfiction due in part to a lack of graphics or illustrations to accompany the text. The book was well organized into chapters that ... Read full review

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Contents

A Message from Robert L Bernstein
1
The Right to Freedom of Expression
15
Freedom from Communal Violence
59
Copyright

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Amnesty International
Deena Banks
No preview available - 2003

About the author (1996)

Susan Kuklin is the award-winning author and photographer of more than thirty books for children and young adults that address social issues and culture, including No Choirboy: Murder, Violence, and Teenagers on Death Row and Dance with Bill T. Jones. Her photographs have appeared in documentary films and in major newspapers and magazines, including Time, Newsweek, and the New York Times. For Beyond Magenta, Kuklin interviewed, photographed, and then created individual profiles of teenagers in the transgender community. Susan Kuklin lives in New York City with her husband.

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