We're like you. We're human.
We're all here upon Earth with the same instinct and will to survive. It is unfortunate however, that a small percent of our species seek to manipulate and control the greater masses for their benefit. And while most of that minority does so by economic means, an even lesser and more deplorable minority does so through force, at times even convincing others to participate in their hideous acts.
That destructive control has manifest itself by way of violence, abuse, torture and genocide throughout time. History books are strewn with stories and our planet littered with landmarks from the wake of those driven by such nefarious aims.
It is our hope to mark a new trail, and help navigate an elightened path upward for all of mankind to live in a fair, just and safe world. One that is aware all our lives depend on the well-being of our fellow man, and to respect the truth we are of the same species, and we are all created equal under the eyes of any God.
From 1946 to 1953, Eleanor Roosevelt served as a U.S. delegate to the United Nations, where she oversaw the drafting and passage of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, arguably one of the most important documents supporting human rights in our time. This document continues to serve as a model for how people and nations should treat one another, and is considered one of her most significant lifetime achievements. From 1961 until her death the following year, she also headed the first Presidential Commission on the Status of Women, at the request of President John Kennedy, and also served on the board of numerous organizations, including the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP), and the Advisory Council for the Peace Corps.
World for Human Rights is a foundation supporting human rights, predicated on these beliefs, chaired by Mr. Jason Bennick, Corporate Member and supporter of United for Human Rights. He has dedicated 30 years of his life to non-profit and humanitarian causes, and continues to support those today which place a greater value on the improvement of mankind.
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