Video of peer-guide training of NM students to be docents
Young people make their own film clips on the dilemmas that arise within their communities. Under the guidance of professional educators, they write their own scripts, conduct research, and interview people on the street. The films serve as a point of departure for a debate on Human Rights. Albuquerque Las Cruces
The video was created by the 2019 Press Team
Click here to take a look at 2019’s official publication courtesy of the MICC Press Team
The NMHRP 2019 Annual report is available at https://nmhrp.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/09/NMHRP_Annual_Report_2018_2019.pdf
Take a look at 2018’s official publication courtesy of the MICC Press Team
The video created by the 2018 Press Team.
New Mexico Human Rights Projects (NMHRP) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that serves to educate and train students and teachers to work toward a more respectful, culturally competent and responsible society. Begun in 1995, NMHRP (www.nmhrp.org) programs challenge youth to think critically about the choices they make when confronted with all forms of discrimination, to […]