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06
Apr

Human Rights and Geography: Our Authors at AAG

One of the themes in this year’s American Association of Geographers conference (occurring in Boston from April 5 – 9) is Mainstreaming Human Rights and Geography. Many geographers and scholars from all disciplines are concerned …

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08
Mar

A Human Rights-Based Approach to Women’s Health

Today, on International Women’s Day, people and organizations around the world pay tribute to women’s contributions to our social, economic, cultural and political lives. But we also recognize that progress on gender parity continues to face obstacles. Health care is one …

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30
Jan

The EPA and the Future of Flint, Michigan

On February 1st, the Senate Environment and Public Works Committee will vote on sending current Oklahoma Attorney General Scott Pruitt’s (R) nomination to the full Senate. During his hearing two weeks ago for the position of …

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04
Mar

America’s Lead Wars

The problem with lead is that it’s now everywhere – lead in the water, lead on the walls, lead in the soil, lead in the air. “We’ve created a terribly toxic environment …

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