Minnesota Advocates offers a variety of publications to help researchers, students, human rights practitioners, and the general public gain a better understanding of human rights and the programs of the organization.
Minnesota Advocates' publications cover a range of human rights issues. The materials include books, booklets and fact sheets - some of which are available in Spanish. Many of these publications are available on this site, while others may be requested by filling out this order form.
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Advocates for Human Rights' most recent publication, “Voices from Silence: Personal Accounts of the Long-Term Impact of 9/11,” details the impact of 9/11 on the lives of immigrants, refugees, and religious minorities in Minnesota. This report, due to be released Thursday, February 22, 2007 documents personal stories of fear and discrimination in a post-9/11 environment and contextualizes them with an overview of laws and policies that have affected these communities.