The Boy Who Was Bullied

Book, 2011, 167 pp
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As a child growing up in a small town in Canada, in the early 1900s, John Humphrey experienced much bullying after the loss of his arm at age six. Despite personal tragedy, John's determination and resilience led him through many adventures and into a brilliant career. John was the first Human Rights director at the United Nations and drafted the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.

"By portraying the life of John Peters Humphrey, 'The Boy Who Was Bullied' is a celebration of the power of the spirit to triumph over adversity. John Humphrey did not let his bullies define his fate; rather he transformed his experiences into a personal resolve to promote human dignity and human rights." - His Excellency, Ban Ki-moon, Secretary-General of the United Nations
TopicHuman Rights
PublisherGlen Margaret Publishing

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