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America should ratify the Convention on the Rights of the Child, from which only the United States and Somalia abstain.






the Convention on the Rights of the Child


 nytimes.com protecting the children of the world



WE LOVE Our Kids.



Yes, children should be at the heart of America's concern for human rights. But that concern should start with the children detained in in the U.S. and, as well as, U.S. prisons in Afghanistan, Iraq and Guantánamo Bay, Cuba. 










In Iraq , but not in the U.S.



"We anticipate having less than 100 juveniles in detention by the end of Ramadan [later this month], and hopefully release all juveniles to their families before the end of this year," First Lieutenant Randi Norton, a US military spokesman, said.


In Iraq , but not in the U.S.

Former inmates interviewed by the Guardian confirmed that now there is less overcrowding and brutality.


 a basic quality of life should be the right of all children,
rather than a privilege enjoyed by a few.
If the Pentagon must detain children, it should do so in separate facilities, with access to family, under humane conditions that include the offer of rehabilitation and education.







...the US has been moving to release all under-18s... And creating  a human rights department within police division for adult's and children:

 To really place them "at the center" of U.S. human rights concerns:

1.  America should ratify the Convention on the Rights of the Child, from which only the United States and Somalia abstain.

2.  If the Pentagon must detain children, it should do so in separate facilities, with access to family, under humane conditions that include the offer of rehabilitation and education.
3.  Finally, the Pentagon should open all prisons to human 

rights inspectors. By taking these steps, the United States could begin to reverse some of the terrible harm that continues to be done to children in America's name. acording to http://www.nytimes.com/2005/06/29/opinion/29iht-edchild.html?_r=0

Former inmates interviewed by the Guardian confirmed that now there is less overcrowding and brutality.


Now, as Iraqi pressure mounts for a return of sovereignty, the US has been moving to release all under-18s. In December last year it held 950 children. The current total is 180.


"We anticipate having less than 100 juveniles in detention by the end of Ramadan [later this month], and hopefully release all juveniles to their families before the end of this year," First Lieutenant Randi Norton, a US military spokesman, said. 


The Iraqi Islamic party, the main Sunni party in parliament, takes a special interest in detainees, adult as well as juvenile, since the majority are Sunnis. It gives aid to poor families who have no breadwinner, and has urged the authorities to improve conditions and release prisoners. (according to  http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2008/sep/08/iraq.humanrights)


Yes, children should be at the heart of America's concern for human rights. But that concern should start with the children detained in in the U.S. and, as well as, U.S. prisons in Afghanistan, Iraq youth.prison.baghdad and Guantánamo Bay, Cuba.  

Secretary Donald Rumsfeld shortly after the 2001 invasion reported "800-900 Pakistani boys 13-15 years of age in custody in Afghanistan.

The International Red Cross, Amnesty International and the Pentagon itself have gathered substantial testimony of torture of children detained by U.S., bolstered by accounts from soldiers who witnessed or participated in the abuse."(according to http://www.nytimes.com/2005/06/29/opinion/29iht-edchild.html?_r=0

WE LOVE Our Kids.


Children have rights as human beings and also need special care and protection. The Convention makes clear the idea that a basic quality of life should be the right of all children, rather than a privilege enjoyed by a few.  (again, To really place them "at the center" of U.S. human rights concerns, America should ratify the Convention on the Rights of the Child, from which only the United States and Somalia abstain.
If the Pentagon must detain children, it should do so in separate facilities, with access to family, under humane conditions that include the offer of rehabilitation and education.
Finally, the Pentagon should open all prisons to human rights inspectors. By taking these steps, the United States could begin to reverse some of the terrible harm that continues to be done to children in America's name.)

the US has been moving to release all under-18s.

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I'm in for developing a program and for volunteering. I am a master in Child Development. I even teach algebra to babies. I believe that black men could begin to influence the black community, if and only if, these young people can learn or are taught to look beyond the superficial. By our standards, people who have almost nothing are looked down upon as inept, and yet they have a family structure that is not only alive but also thriving is the blessing. Order:


  1. Individual &
  2. Families’, needs, first; 
  3. Tribes; 
  4. Neighbours; 
  5. Community; 
  6. State;
  7.  Country;
  8.  Continent;
  9. the World.

in order, are next after Individual; & Families.

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