It is not enough for human rights to be enshrined in legal documents. People must work together to ensure that these rights are being protected, to speak out when they are not, and to work for change when necessary. It is only through speaking out and taking action that social transformation has occurred and can continue to occur, for the benefit of all. In a culture of Human Rights, the actions we take personally collectively shape the global culture. Taking action for Human Rights can start with small steps such as being informed and aware; acting responsibly toward others; taking the time to vote; and making purchases that support fair trade. It means not accepting anything less than the standards set forth in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights...universally, indivisibly, and interdependently. It is our responsibility as educators to prepare students to take action in support of Human Rights for all.