Humanity and Human Rights

Using a gruesome and emotionally charged example, Marie Marjarais Smith gets her point across, and strongly. Human rights, particularly in America, are thought to be rights for citizens and have a disregard for immigrants and minority people. In order to make a change for our world, we have to look at everyone the same instead of deeming some people more deserving of basic human rights than others. She talks much about just how crippled the human rights system truly is in our country and what we can do about it.

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