• Monica Christmas

    Human rights. This doesn't necessarily apply to a specific area of Anthropology or teaching, but it does apply to people in general. I really think some people don't realize our basic rights, so I plan to have a similar infographic displayed in my class to serve as a reminder that we are all entitled to these basic rights.

  • Angela Card

    If I ever have a classroom at some point in my life or am involved in children's education, this will be hung up.

  • Stephanie Biese

    Thanks Eleanor Roosevelt.

  • Megan Egerton

    I can see this infographic being used in literature or social studies classes.

  • Anna Haddad

    This is a cool infographic. I would love to hang this in my classroom.

  • Gillian Ream Gainsley

    Universal Declaration of Human Rights Poster

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