The Importance Of Equality In Night By Elie Wiesel

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“I swore never to be silent whenever and wherever human beings endure suffering and humiliation” is what Elie Wiesel stated about speaking out. Equality is when everyone is fair and everyone has a chance at something to conquer. There are many ways that people express their feelings about being equal. Some people protest, and others just keep quiet. Talking publicly about personal experiences is a great way to promote equality. Many people can hear the person’s voice when speaking publicly. Speaking in front of a big audience is a fear for many people, but once they overcome that fear, they become very powerful. For example, a speech may be on the radio or TV where millions of people can watch it and hear the speech. During the MTV Awards, Emma Watson made a very empowering speech about gender equality. This award show is programmed on TV’s all across America and across the Internet. According to Bazaar, the actress won the first ever genderless acting award. This meant so much to Watson because she won not because if she were the best female or not - she won out of all male and females in the competition. Instead of directly speaking publicly, authors may write books to get their voice across people. The memoir “Night” by Elie Wiesel is about Elie’s personal experience of how brutal the Nazi’s secret police treated the Jewish people during the Holocaust. When Elie and his family were gathering in a train cart to go to their destination, SS officers stated that ‘“There are

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