One Big Thing: The 72nd Anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights
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Today marks the 72nd anniversary of the passage of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR) by the United Nations. The UDHR outlines the rights and protections that all humans should have, regardless of their location, age, sex, religion, and race. Included in this document are freedom of speech, freedom of assembly, and right to property. This year has posed so many new challenges and this important anniversary should be used to reflect and come up with solutions on how to tackle modern issues, such as health care, racial justice and climate change.
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