Writing for Human Rights

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Students write letters for the Write for Rights Campaign at the Human Rights Club library showcase Dec. 10 in recognition of International Human Rights Day. Pictured are (left to right) sophomore Chelsea Sawyer, junior Ashley Wyckoff, and freshmen Tess Errickson, Michelle Perna, and Jennifer Umana. The international Write for Rights Campaign, which began in 2010, sends millions of letters each December to support those whose rights have been violated and to pressure governments into reforming oppressive laws. "I am a huge advocate for equality for all people," said sophomore Stephanie Dunlap, a member of the Human Rights Club. "Seeing all these different cases and situations just really pushed me to join the club." (Photo by Samantha Bradley)

Sam Bradley, Staff Reporter