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Speaking of humans rights in this essay we will discuss two speeches each one in different period time, the first speech in the 1872 year and the second one in the 1999 year, the Perils of indifference for Elie Wiesel and the second one “On woman’s right to vote” for Susan B. Anthony. Humans have right in life, when we talk about life did not mean that we live this life only for eating and sleeping, humans have rights in enjoy their life to study, to live in safe countries without wars and killing, reach their dreams, vote, live without racism between men and women, as well sometimes humans themselves who prevent these rights from the other humans by indifference which suffer from it in major of human today. as well each of humans has duet inform another human this called humanity. What do the two speeches have in common? The two authors were talking about the unjust way in which governments deal with people and their violations against human beings and their preference (racism) For example, Elie spoke about the injustice and suffering suffered by people and racism The Jews were tortured by the author when he spoke of himself in the first speech" Fifty-four years ago to the day, a young Jewish boy from a small town in the Carpathian Mountains woke up, not far from Goethe's beloved Weimar, in a place of eternal infamy called Buchenwald. He was finally free, but there was no joy in his heart. He thought there never would be again. Liberated a day earlier by American soldiers, he remembers their rage at what they saw. And even if he lives to be a very old man, he will always be grateful to them for that rage, and also for their compassion. Though he did not understand
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  • Fall '13
  • Daniel Napper
  • Susan B. Anthony

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