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Unformatted text preview: drawing time Insert object Select all Paragraph Insert Editing locument's format. Some content might be missing or displayed improperly. 1 is the "freedom from fear" a concern for both men and women equally? Both franklin d. Roosevelt and president Barack Obama made some great points about equality in our nation even though it wasn't much. An average of 293,066 women are raped each year and over 200 of them die by their abuser. Also, an average of 17.7 million American women have been a victim of rape or attempted rape. On the other hand, the number for the men are extremely low with the average of 2.78 million. Rape is something serious but when you look at the number's women have a greater chance of being raped than men do. So that's when the freedom from fear comes in at because us women shouldn't have to be in fear that we will be raped by just walking down the street or even just leaving from work. Something President Barack Obama said in his speech was "we stand together, and we work together, and we build together, in good times and in bad". With the president saying that it shows if only we would come together as one, we have a greater impact on the world. We have more rights than we did back then, and we would have more if we would all just come together. It doesn't matter what race or gender we are we can make a change even though we all experience fear. In franklin d. Roosevelt speech, he states "a good society is able to face schemes of world domination and foreign revolutions alike without fear." Like I was saying before if we come together, we would be stronger instead of sitting around and waiting for change to happen its times for us to make change happen. Specially women which we already have began to speak out and let our voices be heard. hp hip F12 FO F 10 F17 F7 F8 F5 F6 Backspace P T Y U...
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