Reflection 3 - Fidati 1 Hannah Fidati Perspectives...

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Fidati 1 Hannah Fidati Perspectives Reflection #3 31 March 2010 Privilege After discussing the topic on privilege in Perspectives, I took it upon myself to dive into the discussion and take it outside of the classroom. I decided that I would do my best to re- examine my life and try to see all of the privileges that had been previously hidden in my outlook. The discussion of privilege in class allowed me the chance to open my eyes to see the things that had long been unnoticed and underappreciated, such as the freedoms of being an American citizen and the benefits. Privilege is a declarative honor in the United States that has long been taken advantage of. Just as it is stated in the fourteenth amendment, “No State shall make or enforce any law which shall abridge the privileges or immunities of citizens of the United States; nor shall any State deprive any person of life, liberty, or property, without due process of law” (U.S Constitution). As U.S citizens we are given the privilege to, live a life of liberty. This freedom
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