Todd CherkisFrom left to right: Maria Foscarinis
(National Law Center on Homelessness & Poverty),
Darya Marchenkova (Border Network for Human Rights),
Puja Gupta (Vermont Workers Center), and
Fernando Garcia (Border Network for Human Rights)

The movement to bring human rights home— to apply human rights values, standards, and strategies to racial justice issues in the United States—encompasses a broad range of voices. These are stories of people working on these issues, as told in interviews during the 2011 USHRF convening. They represent a small but inspiring sample of the movement's powerful diversity.