Death Penalty Study

Welcome to our fifth general meeting!

We meet every Monday at 6 pm at PAR 101.
Come join us for our next meeting on October 15!

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Punishment NOT Death;

Humans, drowning in their pride, have always played God, yet this is the most extreme case of their egoism – the right to judge who lives and who dies.
Death is not punishment as many presume. Death does not instigate fear in everyone as many presume.
True it is that some crimes are unforgivable, then don’t forgive them. But don’t kill them, don’t introduce your bias and personal opinions into making this decision.
It is interesting how we jail someone for murder and cause the death of someone ourselves.

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Native Americans Case Study

Welcome to our fifth general meeting!

We meet every Monday at 6 pm at PAR 101.
Come join us for our next meeting on October 8!

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Protecting Indigenous Population;

The land what we tread on now was stolen, and its price was paid in blood and injustice. Majority of us are aware of the atrocities that Native Americans experienced, yet to grasp the full extent of it will be a feat we would never be able to conquer. The closest we, as fellow human beings can come to is to understand their plight and their ordeals, and remember their story. Thus, please feel free to join us as a community and enhance your knowledge on this topic.

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Lobbying Workshop

Welcome to our fourth general meeting!

We meet every Monday at 6 pm at PAR 101.
Come join us for our next meeting on October 1!

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Learning how to fight ;

Would you want to get billed passed, politicians elected and nation programs funded? Would you want to make a tangible, and noticeable impact on the politics of this nation? If so, join us for our Lobbying Workshop! In a world flooded with opinions, there are only so many ways to make yours stand out. A Lobbyist has the opportunity to promote his/her perspective and be taken seriously, an opportunity we can’t take lightly.

We also have a very special guest, Ben Steele who will be taking time out to talk to us about legal advocacy. If interested, please be sure to join us in our pursuit to promote concrete change in the present agenda of human rights. 

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Inclusivity Workshop

Welcome to our second general meeting!

We meet every Monday at 6.10 pm at PAR 101.
Come join us for our next meeting on September 24!

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Love comes in all shapes and forms ;

All throughout history, many battles have been fought and won in the name of love; be it love for a nation, love for people or for a person. But human beings have always been intrigued by love. Today, we will talk about a form of love that has been undermined by many communities and why is that so.
All throughout history, our ancestors have obsessed over an ideal situation and pushed everyone to fit into that box. But time has changed us as a community, and our minds have evolved to open our eyes and our hearts to people who love differently, and just as fairly. We are a part of this community, and it is only fair that we represent them too.
Today is for everyone.

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Social Justice Conversations

Welcome to our second general meeting!

We meet every Monday at 6 pm at PAR 101.
Come join us for our next meeting on September 17!

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Today we sit down and T A L K  ;

Every brilliant idea started when two or more people sat down, and talked. talked about what was troubling them, of what plagues their hearts every night before they sleep, and of what should change.
Join us as we do the same, and learn how to correctly talk about sensitive issues that demand our attention in a polite and respectful way. After all, it is not just what we say but how we say it that matters too. 

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First General Meeting!

Welcome to the Resistance 

We are an organization that works to create a just and harmonious community and works at the grassroots level to demand change and progress, on the mind and the collective. Join us in our pursuit of equity and basic human rights for every human being regardless of gender, religion, race, and finance. 

 We have our meetings every Monday at 6 pm, PAR 101, at the University of Texas at Austin.
Our first meeting is on Septemeber 10! Feel free to join us for snacks and conversations. 

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We Protest, We Write & We Converse ;

UT Amnesty is a small chapter of a big Organization called Amnesty International, which works on the grassroots level to advocate for human rights and social justice in their community. And taking these small steps results in big changes.

Learn More

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Take part in our Journey ;

We have a lot to offer this year! Please be on the lookout for numerous opportunities to participate such as :

  • Annual March to Abolish the Death Penalty: October 20, 2 pm at the Capitol

  • Write for Rights: December, date TBD

  • Jamnesty: March, date TBD

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Make a Difference Now ;

Amnesty International does not delay justice. We are on a constant run to spread awareness and take a stand against the injustices of the world. Here are some ways you can do so too :

  • To Stop the selling and detention of refugees and migrants in Libya click here

  • To release human rights activist from unjust imprisonment click here

  • To close Australia’s hidden detention camps click here

In case you want to involve yourself in a global movement, you can stand up for the brave here

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