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- The Emblem of the British Society for Effecting the Abolition of the Slave Trade in 1795 (public domain, from Wikimedia Commons)
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- The Red Cross and the Red Crescent Emblems at the Museum in Geneva, photo by Julius Kusuma (Creative Commons, from Wikimedia Commons)
- Former U.S. First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt with the English Version of the United Nations Declaration of Human Rights, November 1949 (public domain, from Wikimedia Commons)
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