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Feeling Human Rights
Transcript of Feeling Human Rights
You have a right to be accepted everywhere as a person according to law.
I know that most people judge people by how tall you are and how old you are. I am the shortest person in my class and people brag about how much older they are than me. Sometimes I feel different from all my other classmates in a bad way. This statement makes me feel better about myself.
To be accepted for who I am tells me that no one can judge me and get away with it. If a person judges me I know now that I can refer to a law of the United States of America.
When you are legally old enough, you have the
right to marry and have a family without any lim-
itations based on your race, country or religion.
Both partners have the same rights when they are married and also when they are separated.
Nobody should force you to marry.
I have watched indian movies that says that the child can’t choose who they want to marry, the parents decide who they marry. In real life in india that also still happens some of the time. My parents also said that they were going to choose whom I could like and whom I shouldn’t talk to.
I was scared by what I could do as an older person and what I couldn’t do.
Here is are 2 videos to learn more from me and another coleage and online!
You have all these human rights no matter what your race, skin colour, sex, language, religion, opinions, family background, social or economic status, birth or nationality.
I think that this article or law describes how I feel beacause many people think I’m indian, Which I am from my great, great grandfather. I am really guyaneese and some people think that because of my last name, I am related to someone in my class.
I love to know that I can have any human rights no matter who I am. I see many reports of riots all around New York on TV and get scared that those people don’t like the human rights given or they need to change. There has also been news about blacks being shot by whites police, my mother thinks that it’s because of the bad police training.
This is my emoji.
by: Puja Singh
Feeling Human Rights
Here is a Comic strip about Article 2:
You have all these human rights no matter what your race, skin color, sex, language, religion, opinions, family background, social or economic status, birth or nationality.