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ESSAY: SPEAKING OF HUMAN RIGHTS Elie Wiesel and Susan B. Anthony confronted discrimination over their lives due to diverse situations, they created a way to overcome them. Susan B Anthony is a female that was detained in 1872 because she went to vote illegally by being a woman. Elie Wiesel is a very protruding and efficacious Holocaust fighter. Susan B Anthony and Elie Wiesel are both very inspiring individuals and made a change. In this essay, I will present the background of the two speakers, Susan B Anthony, and Elie Wiesel, then compare and contrast the speeches given by both people identifying their similarities and differences. The background and life involvement of Elie Wiesel and Susan B Anthony formed their principles. The two speakers’ early ages are comparable concerning the kind of judgment and violence they have endured. Susan B Anthony was born in 1820, a time in which men were foremost to women, contradicting women's rights of voting, speaking at the convention and owning of assets. She is a writer, speaker, and activist. In her 60 years of fighting to see changes by pushing the right of women and communal changes, she died at the age of 86 without seeing these changes. Though she was privileged as the first woman to appear on the dollar coin. Elie Wiesel, who was from a Jewish family

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