By Casey A. Life,U.S.A.A.,June 20, 2018The high school graduating class of the sixth grade in Los Angeles, California, is getting ready to get the job done.
The Los Angeles Unified School District is sending more than 500 elementary, middle and high school students to the nation’s largest school district to learn life skills and apply them in real-life situations.
In this video, former U.S.’s top diplomat, Samantha Power, talks about her work as a U.N. Special Envoy for Human Rights, where she served as the first woman to lead the agency from 2009 to 2012.
She explains how she and the other U.
Special Representatives helped shape the U.K.’s Human Rights Act to make it more progressive and to make clear that it would not tolerate discrimination on grounds of race, gender, religion or disability.