There Is No Asylum Anymore. We’re All Inmates

The Universal Declaration of Human Rights has a weird omission. People only have the freedom to move within their own borders. This is weird because humans, as a species, have always moved and borders are very recent, artificial things. Your ancestors certainly moved from somewhere, it’s as natural as birds…

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