Human Rights Champions

Our human rights champions lend their voices and support to the Stand Up campaign. They all share a commitment to speaking out and standing up for the human rights of others. Let their stories inspire and move you to act.


Robdarius “Roben X” Brown

Entertainer, albinism and anti-bullying activist

From a young age, Robdarius Brown, stage name Roben X, endured bullying because of his Albinism. Music is an essential part of Roben X’s life and has become a way for him to relieve his pain and gain self-confidence. In his hometown of Memphis, Tennessee, United States, he raises awareness of his condition and visits schools to give inspirational talks to young students against bullying. His story is of self-confidence, self-worth, and acceptance of his unique identity.

  • I will respect your rights regardless of who you are. I will uphold your rights even when I disagree with you
  • When anyone’s human rights are denied, everyone's rights are undermined, so I will stand up
  • I will raise my voice. I will take action. I will use my rights to stand up for your rights.

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