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Human Rights 5-504

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Mrs. Fornataro

on 15 December 2016

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Transcript of Human Rights 5-504

Article 1
Article 3/4
You have the right to live, to be free and to feel safe.
Everyone has the right to safe living. Everyone has the right to feel safe. Yes, the world might be dangerous, but no one as the right to threaten or harm you. To have the right to be alive.
In the 1930s - 1940s a group called the Nazis harmed jewish, gypsis and disabled people because of who they were. No body should be harmed or judged because of their color, language, gender and etc.
Article 1
The right to equality allows us to be free, be equal and be respected. Everyone is born free and equal with rights. When I say born free, I mean that everyone has the right to have privacy, speak his/her opinion and etc. When I say equality I mean that everyone is endowed or given with the chance to be a free individual. Without this right no body would be anywhere.
When you see the words treat others with friendship it mean sprit in brotherhood. The golden rule is to treat others the way you want to be treated. We have the right to share our thoughts and stand up for ourselves. There is a reason this is article one.

Human Rights 5-504
Kaila R. Richards

You are born free and equal in rights to every other hu-
man being. You have the ability to think and to tell right
from wrong. You should treat others with friendship.
You have all these human rights no matter what your
race, skin colour, sex, language, religion, opinions, fam-
ily background, social or economic status, birth or na-
t iona l it y.
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