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Catonsville invited Sheila Shafiq from the Islamic Society of Baltimore to present a program on "Understanding Islam." Cape Cod is working with others to get a Human Rights Commission for their county. Chapel Hill urged support for the March for the Greensboro Trust and Community Reconciliation Commission. On Human Rights Day (December 10) Portland's Women in Black distributed copies of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights to people in authority--judges; the mayor; city, county and metro commissioners; legislators; and police.
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Title Annotation:BranchAction News; human rights programs
Author:Reindl, Leslie
Publication:Peace and Freedom
Article Type:Brief Article
Geographic Code:1USA
Date:Mar 22, 2005
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