These issue briefings are commissioned by the SfAA’s Human Rights and Social Justice Committee in an effort to educate our members, our students, and the general public on timely matters relating to social justice or human rights. It is the hope that policymakers, media, and the general public will come to appreciate an anthropological perspective on contemporary issues.
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||Arizona's Immigration Law – S.B. 1070|
|Briefing #2||Apr 21, 2011||Pro-democracy and Dignity Uprisings in North Africa and the Middle East
|Briefing #3||Dec 22, 2012||U.S. Immigrant Detention as the Next Phase of the Expanding Prison Industrial Complex – A Case Study of Broward Transitional Center
|Briefing #4||Dec 27, 2012||U.S. Immigration Detention: An Inhumane System Violating Human Rights
|Briefing #5||Jan 8, 2013||The Human Rights Crisis in Honduras|
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