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Human Rights 506
Transcript of Human Rights 506
Roshan Singh 5-506
Article 6, Right to recognition as a person before the
You have a right to be accepted everywhere as a person
according to law.
Whatever your height, race, religion, or gender, you are accepted about everywhere stated by the law. Everyone in the globe has the right to be invited to go anywhere to there heart’s content. This law is helpful to people that want to be accepted everywhere they want to go. To people that want to travel the world, they could thanks to this law, no matter what religion, race, or gender. No one can tell you that you are not welcome anywhere because this law states that you can.
This right can be used to get you in many places. But, this law has some restrictions to places some people of all ages can’t or can get into. Some, places require the proof of an ID. Few, may ask for your age to get in. Very much, some places you have to be 18 or older to get in. If you have one, two, or all the requirements you can get in with ease. So, either way you are accepted everywhere.
What it means: Article 6
Article 2, Freedom From Discrimination: 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
No matter what race you are you still have human rights. Even your language or skin colors you can still have human rights. Religion, your opinions, your family records, status, when you were born or nationality it all doesn't matter. You are free from people judging you.
Human rights use to be different back then.
People got segregated from each other. Americans and African Americans went to different schools. They drank water from different water fountains. They even had bathrooms segregated from Americans and African Americans! African Americans had it worst back then. But that all doesn't matter now.
What it means: Article 2