Showing 1 - 10 of 69 Stories for Human rights
Willing To Go It Alone Women are often forced to pay a painful price for demanding equality at their country clubs
Division of Human Rights. Years later the case came up for arbitration. When the club and the Lowells could not reach a settlement, the ...
THE PUSH IS ON
"This is the home of the human-rights movement, the place where the world first heard of We Shall Overcome. Do you know that hymn is sung ...
Giants on the Earth
Two awesome performances at the '68 Games still stand as records: Bob Beamon's long jump and Lee Evans's 400 meters
A Diplomatic Wormhole
In fact, sir, they presided over a country with one of the worst human rights records in the world. While you were being treated to a feast, the ...
Three maligned athletes were vindicated during the world indoor championships
Stars of David
Even in the shadow of recent violence, two Arabs have become heroes of Israel's surprising soccer team. Next Saturday, in Switzerland, Israel could all but clinch a World Cup berth in the nation's most important sporting event in three decades
Under The Gun Battling the clock, wretched facilities and random violence, Iraq's new Olympic committee races to build a team for Athens
human rights activist who came to Iraq as a member of Bremer's staff after four years of working for the U.N. in war-torn. Kosovo. "I don't think ...
The Week In Sports
'I DO WHAT I THINK IS RIGHT'
But what John Carlos thinks is right keeps changing. ... have been nothing more than the latest World's Fastest Human—a long-legged, powerful runner who tied ...
ASPHALT LEGENDS TWENTY YEARS AFTER HIS GROUNDBREAKING BOOK ON SUMMER HOOPS, THE AUTHOR RETURNED TO NEW YORK TO CHECK OUT THE STATE OF THE CITY GAME
A player races down the lane, right through the defense, to throw in a ... human- faced mouse smoking a huge joint, seems unfazed by any of