Human Rights Day is actually tomorrow (December 10), so perhaps I should be wishing you a happy Human Rights Eve.

This evening I will be getting together with some friends to participate in Amnesty International's Write for Rights (https://write.amnestyusa.org/) to write some letters in support of those who are suffering for their support of human rights.

Are you, or a group you belong to, doing anything for Human Rights Day? If so, what do you do?

Best wishes,

Karen

Tags: #HumanRights, #HumanRightsDay

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