MHS Amnesty International

MHS Amnesty International


Thanks again for all your help with Amnesty's work on Sri Lanka. If I can, I'd like to ask that you sign AI New Zealand's new petition for the disappeared Sri Lankan journalist Prageeth Eknaligoda (at and also AIUSA's new petitions on enforced disappearances in Sri Lanka. The English version is at and the French version is at Please encourage others to sign as well. Thanks a lot for any help you can give on these actions.

Human rights club of Montgomery High School

Operating as usual

Photos from MHS Amnesty International's post 09/09/2018

Our Amnesty International booth at FunFest! The weather was not our friend today but we sold many of our handmade crafts that will help fund our upcoming projects. Thank you to all of those who came out to volunteer despite the horrible weather!


Media blast thank-you's continued:
Victor Xing, Maggie Huang, Matt Heinle, Katie Parsons, Anita Louie, Perry Platypus Shnaidman, Marie Pugliese, Annika Kuo, Clara He, Giovanna Lorenzetti, Cristina Castro López, Prafull Sharma, Ani Serene, Neil Advant, Ada Lin, Stuti Panchal, Salman Mughal, Rebecca Shi, Rilia Li, Johanna Hussain, Neeraj Arunkumar, Julia Guo, Szymon Frąckowski, Angelina Han, Anthony Chang, Spencer Chen, Nora Wynn, Anagha Mahesh, Isha Narayanan, and Abinitha Gourabathina.

Thank you again for your participation!!


MHS Amnesty International would like to give a big shoutout to everyone who participated in the media blast for the Rohingya refugees a few weeks ago. We will now be able to donate $935.60 to UNHCR because of your efforts. Thank you especially to the following participants:

Andrew Kang, Neeha Patibanda, Shriya Anugula, Naan Mehta, Cordelia Deng, Katie Zhang, Alexander Tan, Akshara Kannan, Cathy Cao, Soham Dutta, Mihir Doshi, Ananya Sampath, Abhi Rajput, Melissa Yang, Arshdeep Singh, Nirali Patel, Annie Huang, Justin Zhao, Helen Yang, Wilson Liou, Ananya Sankar, Tushira Venkatayogi, Elise Wang, Joe Chen, Cathy Yang, Sujean Gahng, Priyanka Shah, Ashley Kang, Nicole Baylock, Christine Cirullo, Michelle Ke, Krishna Boppana, Austin Fan, Katherine Yoon, Hemanth Bhupatiraju, Arpan Chavan, Sumat Madhugiri, Amartya Mani, Alex Liu, Jeffrey Meyer, Evelyn Shiang, Kate Zhao, Manaswi Alagani, Katie Sun, Annie Li, Rithika Athreya, Larissa Jimenez, Hadieh Zolfaghari, Jenny Huang, Adarsh Rao, Kaira Fenix, Prianca Nadkarni, Kristen Lorenzi, Nandita Vasantha, Rohit Vadodaria, Jacqueline Tse, George Ma, Harry Feng, Sarah Florentine, Rithvik Reddy, Nidhi Gurrala, Evan White, Pamela Patton, Justin Kam, Kevin Ge,
Thank you so much for your activism! Comment or message us if we didn't tag you but you participated :)


Make a difference this Valentine's Day

Thousands of overworked and underpaid children are responsible the jewelry that adorns the shelves of stores in the US.

Show your love for human rights this Valentine's Day and hold jewelry companies accountable for humane sourcing (it only takes a second to tweet about it!):


For media blast participants, likes will be counted till Friday, January 19th. Amnesty members will collect donations the following week to donate to UNHCR. Thank you to everyone!


The Rohingya, a stateless Muslim minority, have been victims of ethnic cleansing and brutal violence including torture, r**e, and murder, at the hands of the Myanmar military since August 2017. Over 647,000 have walked for days through jungles and mountains or dangerously voyaged across the Bay of Bengal to reach camps and assistance in Bangladesh. As more refugees arrive every day, there is an acute need for emergency shelters, clean water, health care, and other forms of aid. We will be donating all proceeds from the media blast to UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency. We hope you join us in helping the Rohingya refugees by liking this post and participating.

Photos from MHS Amnesty International's post 12/20/2017

Thank you to everyone who came out last week to support the Amnesty International Write for Rights campaign! Over 65 participants contributed letters, which led to a total of 195 letters that we will be mailing out within the next few days. Thank you to UNICEF, Interact, Girl Up, Red Cross, and Race Relations members for joining us!

Act Now – Amnesty International USA 12/10/2017

Act Now – Amnesty International USA

In honor of International Human Rights Day, take a moment to find a human rights violation case that matters to you and donate two minutes to speak out against it. Like Olympian Dan Gable said, freedom across the world is a result of many individuals working together. You may only be one person, but every single voice and signature has the power to make an impact.

Act Now – Amnesty International USA Our cases and campaigns help save lives and change the world. Send a letter, sign a petition, or take action in an urgent case.

Photos from MHS Amnesty International's post 09/17/2017

Come to the Jersey Harmony Chorus Craft Bazaar next Saturday, September 23 between 10:00-4:00! The MHS Amnesty booth will have candles, apparel, bracelets, and AMNESTY-THEMED TEMPORARY TATTOOS! You can also make your own SLIME! 😮


Burma: Rohingya Describe Military Atrocities

People didn't know about Rwanda until after thousands of people had already been killed. Call on your governments to put pressure on Burma to stop these despicable massacres before the issue goes too far.


Stop by the MHS Amnesty International table at Fun Fest tomorrow to support Global Giving for Hurricane Irma relief! We have slime, bracelets, candles, and hair wraps. :)

Dream Act Toolkit 09/06/2017

Dream Act Toolkit

This afternoon, President Trump scheduled the repeal of Obama’s Deferred Action for Childhood Arrival program for March of 2018. The repeal means that the 800,000 immigrants who arrived in the United States as children and became DACA-mented will be considered and treated by the federal government as undocumented. Dreamers contribute to our country as teachers, physicians, lawyers, and so many more professions. It is up to Congress at this point to create legislation to protect them, but it is up to all of us to tell Congress what we want. Call and tweet at Congresspeople of swing states here to let them know the importance of humane and effective immigration legislation:

Dream Act Toolkit Call on Congress to Protect Dreamers Now.


Come to vendor space 15 at Fun Fest at the Princeton Airport on September 10 to make slime with Amnesty International! We will also have hair wraps, temporary tattoos, friendship bracelets, hand-painted candles, and apparel - so be sure to stop by :)

Liu Xiaobo, Chinese Dissident Who Won Nobel While Jailed, Dies at 61 07/16/2017

Liu Xiaobo, Chinese Dissident Who Won Nobel While Jailed, Dies at 61

This past Thursday, July 13, Nobel Peace laureate, democracy advocate, and prisoner of conscience Liu Xiaobo passed away after being denied medical care for cancer. Throughout his lifetime, Mr. Liu tirelessly wrote, spoke, and participated in movements in support of fundamental freedoms and the end of censorship. He helped save the lives of students in the Tiananmen Square massacre in 1989 and supported Charter 08, a petition for increased liberties throughout his country. We mourn his loss and will continue to honor his quest for peace.

Liu Xiaobo, Chinese Dissident Who Won Nobel While Jailed, Dies at 61 Mr. Liu, who was convicted in 2009 of inciting subversion and sentenced to prison, was given medical parole recently to be treated for late-stage cancer.

#myfreedomday 03/14/2017


Today, March 14, is My Freedom Day. The MHS Amnesty International club members have been learning about modern-day slavery and put together this video to spread the awareness.

Go to to learn more about human trafficking and see what you can do to help.


Timeline photos 02/19/2017

Hey guys, Amnesty International is selling shirts this year! As almost all of the money we make throughout the course of the year goes directly to charities or groups to protect and promote human rights, we would really appreciate if you would all support Amnesty and allow for us to do more in the future by buying a shirt. These black long sleeve tshirts are $15 each, and you can order one of these (amazing) shirts through the Amnesty members waking around during lunch selling, or by messaging any of the Amnesty members. In addition, if you paid $15+ in the Media Blast hosted previously in the year by Amnesty, you will receive one of these shirts with no further payment.

Timeline photos 01/30/2017

Especially in a time likes this, MHS Amnesty International continues to stand in solidarity with refugees from all parts of the world.

Photos from MHS Amnesty International's post 12/26/2016

Thank you to everyone who contributed to ! It was a huge success - we recieved over 388 letters for the 12 cases. A special thank you goes to Interact, Unicef, and Girl Up for their participation. It was truly wonderful to see everyone in our community coming together for such a worthy cause ❤


Due to the amount of participants we had to make 2 separate posts so here is part 2 of our thank yous:
Lily Qiu, Kyle Li, Saichi Satyasi, Prithvi Yendapally, Jarrett Perkins, Liam Lynch, Pranav Reddy, Sarika Bhattacharjee, Vicki Lu, 鍾凱莉 Sireesh Vinnakota, Rosey Li, Venkat Bhaskara, Geethavarshini Kannan, Aldrich Ronquillo, Ritwik Sanyal, Chinmay Deshpande, Neha Nelson, Alex Liu, Helen Zhang, Will Rarich, Andrew Jiang, Giovanna Lorenzetti, Margie He, Michelle Qing, Jeffrey Meyer, Cathy Cao, Kyle Ford, Alexandra Li, Grace He and Maddie Jin.

Thank you all,
- Amnesty International Board

P.S. if we missed you please message us or comment :)


Thank you to everybody who participated and contributed to MHS Amnesty International’s media blast campaign two weeks ago!! Our posts received just under 7,000 likes and we were able to donate $802.96 to Hope for Haiti. We would like to especially thank the following people for donating:
Anagha Mahesh, Srinidhi Ramakrishna, Nive Balan, Angelina Han, Nathan He, Melissa Yang, Annie Li, Katie Parsons, Leona Tomy, Nidhi Gurrala, Jenny Huang, Cathy Yang, Rohan Desai, SiJia Later, Daniel Shao, Jackie Mehr, Ally Rosenthal, Elizabeth Zhang, Mihir Doshi, Jodie Zhang, Ani Sareen, Nirali Patel,Jessica Zheng, Priyanka Dilip, Anita Louie, Salman Mughal, Emily Ren, Mohan Biswas, Julia Guo, Gayatri Vishwanath, Nandini Mehta, Priyanka Shah, Kaira Fenix, Nora Wynn, Jason Tee, Aarushi Bhan, Katie Sun, Rupak Doctor, Anusha Shanabag, Dustin Han, Amartya Mani, Serena Simpkins, Neeha Patibanda, Elizabeth Song, Shriya Anugula, Manaswi Alagani, Anna Zhang, Sujean Gahng, Clara Yu

Timeline photos 12/02/2016

In October 2016, Hurricane Matthew hit Haiti - a long-suffering nation still recovering from the destructive earthquake of 2010 and other recurring natural disasters. The 7.0 magnitude earthquake killed over 200,000 people and left the country’s infrastructure in shambles. 60,000 people are still living in the makeshift post-quake camps and many more are still homeless. Now, Haiti is coping with the recent devastation of the Category 4 hurricane. The Haitian people have lost loved ones, their homes, and their belongings. The death toll had already reached 877 people just three days following the hurricane. Almost 15,000 people have been displaced, 3,000 families affected, and 2,000 houses flooded. 1.4 million Haitians are in urgent need of food, clean water, shelter, medicine, and other assistance. The standing water from the flooding is of particular concern, considering the ongoing cholera outbreak that has killed more than 10,000 people already. More than 100,000 children have been unable to return to school because of the widespread wreckage. The UN reports that 90% of the country’s crops have been destroyed and much of its livestock lost - extremely debilitating to the already poorest nation in the Americas. Hope for Haiti is one organization that has launched relief efforts for the damage done by Hurricane Matthew in Haiti - focusing on Les Cayes, the southern port city most affected. We hope you join MHS Amnesty International’s social media blast dedicated towards the massive recovery efforts following this catastrophe for Haiti.

Timeline photos 10/29/2016

Thank you to everyone who came to the Montgomery Fall Festival today and supported Amnesty International! We raised awareness about Malala's picture campaign to support women's education around the world. Check out these photos of everyone who helped spread the message!

Photos from MHS Amnesty International's post 09/27/2016

Thank you to everyone who donated or purchased something at our booth at FunFest!! We were able to raise a lot of money for our cause, Polaris, a group which helps to end human trafficking. We look forward to seeing you at our next meeting on October 6th 😀


Come visit the MHS Amnesty International booth tomorrow at Fun Fest, near the entrance! Show off your mad skills at our Amnesty-themed tossing game and check out the bracelets, candles, hand-mirrors, and other items we will be selling. 70% of the proceeds will be donated to Polaris, an anti-trafficking organization, and 30% will go to the club account so we can fund more events in the future. We hope to see you there!


Montgomery Amnesty International will be holding a booth at the Montgomery Fun Fest event. We will be playing games as well as selling Montgomery Amnesty International candles, string friendship bracelets, and popsicle stick bracelets that you can decorate yourself. Our club members have decorated and made these products and are excited to share them with everyone. Come join us at the Princeton Airport on Sunday, September 25 between 12:00 to 5:00 pm to partake in the fun. We hope to see you there!

Timeline photos 12/18/2015

Thank you so much to everyone who came to the Amnesty Write for Rights event! We were able to write almost 300 letters which is incredible! You are making a difference and we will keep you posted on the cases!

Timeline photos 11/01/2015

For MHS Amnesty International's Fall Festival event, kids decorated hand cutouts and wrote something they want and something they need to survive. The goal was to promote awareness of basic necessities of life that are easily accessible in Montgomery but not everywhere around the world. Thank you to everyone who visited or volunteered at the booth!

Photos from MHS Amnesty International's post 10/08/2015

Amnesty International's latest campaigns include supporting the acceptance of Syrian refugees in places like Australia and Europe and supporting the citizens of Kodaikanal, India, who are standing up against Unilever after experiencing the detrimental effects of mercury contamination.

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