Social Movements, Human Rights and US Foreign Policy with Sarah B. Snyder
Episode 10 – Sarah B. Snyder
In this episode of International History Declassified, we speak with historian Sarah B. Snyder about how domestic social movements shifted the conversation about global human rights, what role the State Department played, and her experience with research on human rights in corporate archives.
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