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Eden Badertscher
As you say, the notion of "human right" is the critical concept! Historically, we have treated incarcerated people as less than human; the 13th amendment after all does not outlaw slavery in the instance of conviction of a crime. That needs to change as it legally conveys someone's value to less than human. There are groups like the Algebra Project that have made it a goal to have a constitutional amendment around the right to education. That we have to seek such means tells us a lot about the underlying principles that permeate our society. Humanity is imperfect and wonderful, and everyone is capable of amazing things if we lift each other up.
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