Shulamith Koenig 1930-2021
Many have been inspired by the work of human rights education advocate and activist Shulamith Koenig. All who encountered her recall her passion, whether or not they agreed with her approach. Below Human Rights Education Review includes an obituary written by respected human rights educator Nancy Flowers.
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