Human right number 6 is being infringed upon because John needs to hide because he knows that he will be in trouble if he gets seen, meaning he is not a person in the eyes of the law.
Human right number 6 this time is being honored because John, a black kid, is allowed to sit at the front of a bus in the north. He was surprised by that.
Once again human right number 6 is being honored here because when John, a black kid, goes to watch a baseball game, the people in the bleachers weren't disgusted by him. The people in the bleachers were white
Human right number 26 is being infringed upon here because the human right states that every has a right to an education. Now technically they still have one, but when the students are going on strike for a better school, the human right is still kind of being infringed upon.
Human right number 4, everyone has the right to a decent standard of living, is being infringed upon in practically the whole book because John is always being discriminated and he was always allowed to be tortured by whites when they wanted, and to top it all off, he also had a very poor education. Not very decent.
Another example of how human right 26 was infringed upon because whenever his dad has the chance to read a news paper, he is exited with the opportunity for education. That shows how poorly hr was educated.