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Ready to explore? Human rights stories are all around us. We explore contemporary and historic human rights stories, from Canada and around the world.

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    Us vs. Them: The process of othering

    By Clint Curle

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    A group of men building a stone wall across a city street

    Dick Patrick: An Indigenous veteran’s fight for inclusion

    By Jason Permanand and Steve McCullough

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    A snow-covered country road with mountains in the background.

    The Wilcox County integrated prom

    By Matthew McRae

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    A smiling woman stands in front of a red prom dress and a black tuxedo mounted on mannequins. Both the dress and suit are on display behind a glass case.

    Claiming our rights as a transgender family

    By Amanda Jetté Knox

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    A smiling family of six in a living room.

    Seven awesome accessibility features at the Museum

    By Matthew McRae

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    A hand touches braille letters on a sign listing various locations in the Museum.

    The stain of antisemitism in Canada

    By Jeremy Maron

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    A black-and-white photograph of a crowd of people, most of them standing, on a beach.

    The chaotic story of the right to vote in Canada

    By Matthew McRae

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    An illustration of people in line waiting to vote. The man in front places his ballot in the box on the table.

    Language rights are human rights

    By Rémi Courcelles

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    A stop sign and street sign in both English and French are seen in front of trees.

    Face the music: Canadian musicians and human rights

    By Julia Peristerakis

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    Two women and a man stand on a stage while a group of people in white shirts stand on risers behind them. The woman in the centre is waving to someone off-camera, and the man on the right is holding a microphone.

    What led to the genocide against the Tutsi in Rwanda?

    By Jeremy Maron

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    Thousands of refugees carrying their belongings and walking along a long dirt road. Bright green grass and bushes flank the road.

    Us vs. Them: The process of othering

    By Clint Curle

    Explore the relationship between othering, human rights violations and the process of genocide through the lenses of the Holocaust and the Rohingya genocide.

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    A group of men building a stone wall across a city street

    Dick Patrick: An Indigenous veteran’s fight for inclusion

    By Jason Permanand and Steve McCullough

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    A snow-covered country road with mountains in the background.

    The Wilcox County integrated prom

    By Matthew McRae

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    A smiling woman stands in front of a red prom dress and a black tuxedo mounted on mannequins. Both the dress and suit are on display behind a glass case.

    Claiming our rights as a transgender family

    By Amanda Jetté Knox

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    A smiling family of six in a living room.

    Seven awesome accessibility features at the Museum

    By Matthew McRae

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    A hand touches braille letters on a sign listing various locations in the Museum.

    The stain of antisemitism in Canada

    By Jeremy Maron

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    A black-and-white photograph of a crowd of people, most of them standing, on a beach.

    The chaotic story of the right to vote in Canada

    By Matthew McRae

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    An illustration of people in line waiting to vote. The man in front places his ballot in the box on the table.

    Language rights are human rights

    By Rémi Courcelles

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    A stop sign and street sign in both English and French are seen in front of trees.

    Face the music: Canadian musicians and human rights

    By Julia Peristerakis

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    Two women and a man stand on a stage while a group of people in white shirts stand on risers behind them. The woman in the centre is waving to someone off-camera, and the man on the right is holding a microphone.

    What led to the genocide against the Tutsi in Rwanda?

    By Jeremy Maron

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    Thousands of refugees carrying their belongings and walking along a long dirt road. Bright green grass and bushes flank the road.