Fran Quigley

Fran Quigley is a professor at Indiana University McKinney School of Law, where he directs the Health and Human Rights Clinic. He is the author of How Human Rights Can Build Haiti (Vanderbilt University Press).

The Senseless Death of Tobeka Daki: Auctioning Health and Life to the Highest Bidders

From Cancer Patient to Medicines Activist

Hammer of Justice: Heartland Peace Activist Facing Felonies for Breaking Northrup Grumman Windows

How Corporations Killed Medicine

Is the TPP the Bull Connor Moment for Access to Medicines?

Seeking Justice From the UN for Haiti’s 700,000 Cholera Victims

If We Can Win Here

The Search for Justice for Haiti’s Cholera Victims

How the U.S. Protected Jean-Claude “Baby Doc” Duvalier

Justice and Reparations in Haiti

How the US Turned Three Pacifists Into Violent Terrorists

The U.S. Holds the Key to Duvalier Prosecution

Lengthy Prison Terms Grow More Likely for Peace Activists

How Human Rights Can Save Haiti

Haiti’s Cholera Victims’ Message to the UN

How the ACLU Didn’t Steal Christmas

An Interview with Jeffrey Sachs

Haiti is Now "More Violent and More Inhuman"

The Survival of Both Peoples

The Mother of a US Soldier Speaks Out for Peace

Standing Up to School of the Americas

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