Building Liberty

Assisting the Global Human Rights Movement in Building Social, Economic, Cultural, Civil, and Political Rights for All


Organizing for Human Rights is Harder when the Right to Dissent is Eroded!

The global human rights movement challenges the systems, structures, and institutions that create, defend, and extend oppression and repression in a society.

Core Elements

Building Human Rights

Building Our Planet
Building Democracy
Building Economic Justice
Building Equality
Building Gender Justice
Building Immigrant Rights
Building Liberty
Building Public Education
Building Racial Justice
Building World Peace


More Resources for Human Rights and Social Justice:

Universal Declaration of Human Rights

Amnesty International Human Rights Search

Human Rights Watch

US Human Rights Network

Open Democracy

Teaching for Change

Rethinking Schools

Zinn Education Project

How Maps Change the World

Civil Liberties Hall of Fame

What are the Tools of Fear?

How to do Power Structure Research

Why Conspiracism Undermines Democracy

How Apocalyptic Aggression Builds Bigotry

 

Building Liberty | COINTELPRO | War at Home

War at Home:

Covert Action Against U.S. Activists and What We Can Do About it

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Table of Contents

Front Matter

Introduction


A HISTORY TO LEARN FROM

COINTELPRO: Covert Action Against the Domestic Dissidents of the 1960's

THE DANGER WE FACE

PROSPECTS FOR THE FUTURE

End Matter


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Covert Action Against U.S. Activists and What We Can Do About it

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