Posts Tagged: United Nation

U.S.-Mexico Border: Overlooked Injustices Against Humanity

By: Selena Hood, Aileen Flores, Odette Moran The focus of this dossier will be the violation of human rights along the heavily militarized US-Mexico border, specifically the victimization of Mexican and Central American persons seeking refuge in the United States.

U.S.-Mexico Border: Overlooked Injustices Against Humanity

By: Selena Hood, Aileen Flores, Odette Moran The focus of this dossier will be the violation of human rights along the heavily militarized US-Mexico border, specifically the victimization of Mexican and Central American persons seeking refuge in the United States.

Meyers, Stephen J. “The Social Model of Disability Under the Shadow of the Revolution: Ex-combatants Negotiating Identity in Nicaragua.” Qualitative Sociology 37, no. 4 (August 14, 2014): 403-24. Accessed January 22, 2019. doi:10.1007/s11133-014-9284-x.

In 1979 Nicaragua’s decade long civil war started between the U.S backed contras and the Sandinista revolutionists. Segovia, Nicaragua became on the most prominent battle scenes in this war, proving fatal to hundreds and leaving hundreds more permanently disabled.  According

Meyers, Stephen J. “The Social Model of Disability Under the Shadow of the Revolution: Ex-combatants Negotiating Identity in Nicaragua.” Qualitative Sociology 37, no. 4 (August 14, 2014): 403-24. Accessed January 22, 2019. doi:10.1007/s11133-014-9284-x.

In 1979 Nicaragua’s decade long civil war started between the U.S backed contras and the Sandinista revolutionists. Segovia, Nicaragua became on the most prominent battle scenes in this war, proving fatal to hundreds and leaving hundreds more permanently disabled.  According