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Universal Declaration of Human Rights

An animated presentation of human rights.
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Angela Hagans

on 5 May 2010

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Transcript of Universal Declaration of Human Rights

Universal declaration of human rights UNIVERSAL & INALIENABLE EQUAL & NONDISCRIMINATORY ...REGARDLESS OF
RACE,
CREED,
RELIGION,
SEXUAL ORIENTATION,
SOCIO-ECONOMICS,
NATIONALITY,
POLITICAL PARTY In 1948, the international community came together to create a document that could potentially change the course of history. For the first time ever, all peoples.... ...are equal due to the simple fact of being human and are entitled to certain rights. Whether funny people or smart people... or on the cover of People... A smooth criminal... or Lil Wayne... Big... or small... the Village People... or a village of people... Tyra Banks in a fat suit... or Lady Gaga in a (I don't know what kind of suit)... Emo... or prep... WE ALL HAVE HUMAN RIGHTS As a human you have the right to a variety of things. Human rights are meant to ensure the freedoms and safety of all peoples... The world is supposed to be a better place now that we all have legal, written human rights. However, time and time again human rights all over the world are being violated. WE MIGHT ALL BE DIFFERENT BUT WE ARE ALL EQUAL
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