To Write in Blood: Censorship of Journalists in Jammu & Kashmir

By targeting local media outlets who are the most equipped to report on issues with first hand experience, the free flow of diverse, robust information to other regions is restricted to a one-dimensional narrative that fails to acknowledge the legal rights of journalists and the rights of Kashmiri people as a whole.

Human Rights and Indigenous Sovereignty

A Legal History of the U.S. and a Future of Rights for Indigenous Peoples Mauna Kea. The Keystone XL and Dakota Access pipelines. Recognizing and investigating missing and murdered indigenous women across the U.S. These are just a few examples of the modern-day fight for indigenous rights and, arguably, human rights. What are human rights,…