D.C. Human Rights People's Movement & Human Rights City

Human Rights Resolution: Washington, D.C. 2012

Official document recognizing December 10, 2012 as "Washington, D.C. Human Rights Day" in the District of Columbia.

Housing: A Basic Human Right

When Jean-Louis Peta Ikambana arrived in the United States from his native Democratic Republic of the Congo, he didn’t expect to encounter some of the economic realities here. Settling in Washington, D.C., he became director of AFSC’s Peace and Economic Justice Program where he came face-to-face with the homeless who camped out on his office doorstep.

D.C. Human Rights People's Movement and Human Rights City

D.C. Human Rights People's Movement steering committee

D.C. Human Rights People's Movement steering committee.

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