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The historic case of Vicky Hernández

In the midst of the June 2009 Honduran coup d’état, with the streets of San Pedro Sula closed to all but military and police forces, 26-year-old trans woman Vicky Hernández’s body was found with a gunshot wound to the head. Vicky’s story—and the impunity the state has granted her killers—is all too familiar in Honduras.
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Joint report details anti-Haitian discrimination in US immigration system

Click here to read the full report, "Beyond the Bridge: Documented Human Rights Abuses and Civil Rights Violations Against Haitian Migrants in the Del Rio, Texas Encampment
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Our stand: The crisis in Ukraine

Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights, together with our international affiliates, strongly condemns Russia’s unprovoked invasion and bombardment of Ukraine, resulting in growing numbers of human casualties and a burgeoning humanitarian crisis.
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