Mr. Christopher Patten

Lesson #3: Universal Declaration of Human Rights

What is the United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights?​

Human Rights Primary Source (Docs)

Universal Declaration (Slides)

Lessons & Resources

Unit 10.10: Human Rights Violations

Better to kill an innocent by mistake than spare an enemy by mistake.

Pol Pot of Cambodia

Lesson #6: Darfur

Does the crisis in Darfur classify as genocide, and if so, is the world responsible to intervene?

The History of Darfur (Reading)

Genocide in Darfur (Slides)

Digital Genocide in Darfur (Docs)

Holocaust Museum Timeline

Genocide in Darfur Organizer (Docs)

Lesson #1: Holocaust Museum

What is the importance of remembering the Holocaust through images and resources like these?

Survivor Stories (Slides)

Digital Holocaust Museum (Docs)

Nuremberg Laws Primary Source

Band of Brother-Liberation (Video)

Human Rights

The rights that are considered by most societies to belong automatically to all people, including the rights to justice, freedom, and equality.


 The killing of all the people from a ethnic group, religious group, or people from a specific nation.

Lesson #4: Cambodia

What are the differences and similarities between the Genocide in Cambodia and other Human Rights Violations?

Cambodia Genocide (Slides)

Cambodia Graphic Organizer (Docs)

Lesson #5: Rwanda

How did the Rwandan Genocide impact the people of Rwanda and the world?

Rwandan Genocide (Slides)

Rwandan Organizer (Docs)

Hutus & Tutis (Reading)

Genocide (Reading)

International Response (Reading)

Ethnic Cleansing 

The removal of people of a specific ethnic group by means of genocide, terror, or forced expulsion.

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