Last week, we published Round 1 of our Jeopardy game, “U.S. Military Aid and Human Rights Violations Around the World.” How well did you do?
If you need something more challenging, then check out Round 2 below! The questions in this round focus on human rights violations and U.S. military aid in five countries: Cameroon, Colombia, Saudi Arabia, Egypt and Mexico.
Same Rules Apply: Be careful where you click in the presentation! Clicking anywhere besides “Home,” “Answer” and the dollar amount will take you to the next slide and make the game more confusing.
Once your finished with the game, there are two options at the end. One is Final Jeopardy, which features one very difficult question. The category is Asia.
The second option is after the Final Jeopardy slides, which are slides from Dave Stamps’ portion of the presentation. Stamps is an AIUSA Board Member and part of the Middle East/North Africa (MENA) co-group with Amnesty. His slides focus on specific cases of where U.S. military aid was used inappropriately in MENA countries, Amnesty International’s own research and documentation of these instances, and what actions Amnesty is calling on its members to do.