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We've been fighting the bad guys since 1961 - you can join us! Official Amnesty International USA profile - RTs≠endorsements.
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Joanne Lin 11h
On Mon, Feb 26, over 320 activists will hit Cap Hill to lobby Cong to aid Rohingya refugees fleeing atrocities, sustain humanitarian aid for displaced peoples & protect human rights defenders worldwide. My op-ed on advocacy day.
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AmnestyInternational 10h
This is a must read tweet thread. 👇🏿👇🏾👇🏽👇🏼👇🏻
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AmnestyInternational 11h
This year, you stood up. You created change in the world. Keep fighting!
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AmnestyInternational 11h
You said no to hate. You said no to fear. You said no to a world without human rights.
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Sarah Damberger 12h
So excited to be in Washington for the AIUSA AGM and board meeting. Looking forward to an energizing weekend of activism and learning with activists from across the US.
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AJ+ 13h
Replying to @amnestyusa
The D.C. metro won’t allow these images to run in its subway, citing a ban on political ads from 2015. “The message of our ads was a simple one asking people to join us in upholding human rights,” Margaret Huang, head of said.
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Emily Walsh 13h
Horrifying, and well within the realm of possibility: remember this same admin deleting the rights page the day after entering office? Erasure is a chilling prerequisite to attack.
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AmnestyInternational 13h
Here is the ad that Washington DC doesn’t want you to see. So please don’t share them. We repeat, don’t share them. (Or maybe do?)
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AmnestyInternational 16h
⚡️ “Amnesty International Annual Report 2017/2018” Here's everything you need to know.
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AmnestyInternational 14h
: "Is the tide turning on oppressive leaders?" by via
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Thomas Coombes 🕯 14h
Here are the ads Washington DC authorities refused to let run in the subway today as it launched its flagship annual report there for the first time. (On the right, how they looked when we ran them in Sweden)
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Salil Shetty 15h
“Amid a vacuum of global leadership on human rights, it was left to the people to stand up for justice” - my op-ed accompanying ’s annual report out today
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AmnestyInternational 15h
Our new report, The State of the World’s Human Rights 2017/18, covers 159 countries and delivers the most comprehensive analysis of the state of human rights in the world today.
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Fotis Filippou 16h
These super provocative ads were banned from Washington DC. Guess someone doesn’t want you to see them. So please, DO NOT share 😉
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AmnestyInternational 17h
⚠️ WARNING: We created some subway ads that someone in DC doesn’t want you see. ⚠️ Head over to to learn more.
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AmnestyInternational 18h
Here are our subway ads that Washington DC doesn’t want you to see. So you probably shouldn’t share them. Or maybe you should? ✊🏾📢👏🏽🕯
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Amanda Simon Feb 21
. helping to launch ’s annual report in DC for the first time in our org’s history.
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Kharunya Paramaguru Feb 21
How did leaders like Trump and co impact human rights? Find out tomorrow when Amnesty International release our annual report from DC
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Daniel Balson Feb 16
Over 688K have fled horrific crimes in . can help stop the ethnic cleansing and provide justice for them by passing S. 2060. Every day that passes is a missed opportunity!
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Krissy Roth Feb 20
Wow, Texas Board of Pardons & Paroles unanimously recommend clemency for Thomas Whitaker! The last time TX Parole Board recommended clemency was in 2007. Check out our UA and tell to stop the execution of Thomas Whitaker before 6:00 PM 2/22
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