Originalism is a deeply partisan, political ideology that shrouds itself in the language of protecting the Constitution and democracy through serious intellectual rigidity. With Barrett now confirmed to the Supreme Court, the convincing, yet hollow, rhetoric of this formidable ideology on the court will be a force to contend with if we want to protect civil and human rights in America.
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Professor Discusses Power of Technology, Social Media in Ensuring Human Rights
Due to the widespread use of social media and smartphones, it has become much easier to protect human rights, said Jay Aronson, the director of the Center for Human Rights Science at Carnegie Mellon University.
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Former President of Ireland Talks Climate Justice and Human Rights
After serving as Ireland’s president from 1990 to 1997, Robinson was the U.N. high commissioner for human rights until 2002.