The purpose of this online study guide is to help students learn about dilemmas of international justice through exploring the creation of the International Criminal Court (ICC).
Susan Friedman speaks about her time in Bosnia as a journalist for the TODAY Show
Like many of us, Eleanor’s attitudes about race and civil rights evolved over time. By the time she came to Washington as First Lady, she had spent time working with the poor, as well as new immigrants on New York’s Lower East Side.
Learn about the attempts to purge the US military and federal government of gay and lesbian employees during the Cold War and decades later.
Justice is complicated; it operates on many levels. In the home, parents often create their own system to punish inappropriate behavior and restore fairness and peace to the household.