Tag: states
Nullification, State’s Rights, and the Sanctuary Movement
California, Minnesota, New York, Colorado, Connecticut, New Mexico, and at least 13 other states all recently declared themselves sanctuary states for trans youth, thus further building upon the pre-existing sanctuary movement which Trump attacked years ago for harboring undocumented immigrants. Despite the conservative backlash against the movement, many have pointed out that it is an exercise in state’s…
Diritti, Privilegi e Potere
Di Aaron Koek. Originale pubblicato il 16 ottobre 2019 con il titolo Rights, Privilege, and Power. Traduzione di Enrico Sanna. Di cosa parliamo quando parliamo del concetto di diritto? C’è il concetto filosofico, l’idea che tutti gli esseri umani abbiano certi inalienabili diritti semplicemente in quanto esseri umani. È un concetto che si riferisce ai…
Rights, Privilege, and Power
What do we speak of when we discuss the concept of rights? There exists the philosophical concept, the notion that all human beings are embodied with certain inalienable rights, simply by consequence of their being human. This notion refers to human rights as they are commonly understood. Then there exists the legalistic understanding, that of…
Open Borders Day — 2016
Each year, March 16 marks an important date for those who cherish peace and harmony between human beings: Open Borders Day. The website openborders.info, founded by Vipul Naik, is in its fourth year of existence. It aims at starting conversations around immigration and freedom of movement across political borders. Its goal is a world where…
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