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Talking about Human RightsTramel Harris December 16, 2019On April 12, 1999, Elie Wiesel gave a discourse titled The Perils of Indifference where he discusses when he was a kid and his time in Buchenwald and the lack of interest and bad form that he and his family endured during the holocaust. He was detained during the holocaust for being Jewish. In Susan B. Anthony's discourse given in 1872 in Philadelphia, PA, she talked about the preferences she felt when she makes a choice for the Presidential political decision in 1872. She was arraigned forecasting that vote, for being a lady. Susan B. Anthony and Elie Weisel both gave discourses on human rights however from alternate points of view and diverse timespans. Weisel centers around the aftereffects of lack of concern and Anthony's accentuation was on the impact of the impassion. Even though their battles for equity were comparable, the individuals they battled for were most certainly not. Elie Wiesel conveyed "The Perils of Indifference" before then-President Bill Clinton, Mrs. Hillary Clinton and individuals from Congress who as a holocaust survivor scrutinizes the pioneer's reactions to the concentration camps. "They accept that Auschwitz and Treblinka were firmly monitored mysteries; that the pioneers of the free world didn't have the foggiest idea what

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