Today bloggers around the world are uniting to blog about human rights. “Bloggers Unite For Human Rights challenges bloggers everywhere to help elevate human rights by drawing attention to the challenges and successes of human rights issues on May 15.”
I won’t have my human rights post up until later this evening – better late than never – but for now I want to share what others are blogging about today. Also be sure to check out CNN’s coverage of Bloggers for Human Rights and leave a comment with a link to your human rights post and I will add you to the list. Thank you.
What other bloggers are raising awareness about today:
- Nona at Everyday Yogini wrote about the Earthquake in China
- Vered at Mom Grind wrote about Homelessness
- Phyllis at Ima on (and off) the Bima wrote several suggestions on What We Can Do to make a difference
- Deb at Mom of 3 Girls writes a Thursday Thirteen list about ways to help educate kids about human rights
- Crunchy Carpets asks How do we CHANGE things instead of just putting band aids on growing issues and problems?
- Susan at Li’l Mommy That Could posted a video about Partners in Health
- Mamikaze at Life On the Run wrote about the Campaign to End Fistula
- Anne-Marie McReynolds from Just Cause wrote about free speech
- Justine at JulianArts wrote about the abuse of Native American Women
- Miriam at Tripletly Blessed wrote about Paying Fair Wages to immigrant workers
- Laurie at Not Just About Cancer wrote about resolving to take a little more action, step up and speak out with links on how to get involved
- Cat from Cat’s World wrote about Tibet
- Leslie from Recycle Your Day wrote about Violence Against Women
- Sue from Seeking Intelligent Life in the Universe also wrote about Violence Against Women
To learn more and get involved, visit Bloggers Unite for Human RightsStumble it!