Reminders Of Torture Get Frigid Reception On Human Rights Day By Bill Sorem | December 11, 2010 LikeTweet EmailPrint More More on Minnesota Subscribe to Minnesota Protesting torture on Human Rights Day December 10, 2010, a 20 degree day in Minneapolis. A small group of human rights advocates and members of the WAMM (Women Against Military Madness) Tackle Torture at The Top group huddled in orange jump suits in front of the Minneapolis Federal Court House to commemorate Human Rights Day. The orange suits are the attire of Guantanamo prisoners. Speeches were short, leaflets were passed out. A small delegation entered the building to deliver a message to the US Attorney. The were met by a representative in the lobby. There was an air of sadness in view pf the continuing indifference of the US government towards human rights violations prohibited by The Universal Declaration of Human Rights as adopted by the UN General Assembly on December 10, 1948. The US is a signatory to this resolution and to covenants drafted to implement this act. Support this story and all the stories from The Uptake. Donate.