The Violation Of Human Rights

1383 WordsDec 15, 20156 Pages
Human rights are one of the most important things a person can own in life. Human rights describe equal rights and freedom for anyone and everyone regardless of race, color, sex, language, religion or political affiliation. One should not be deprived of their rights because everyone are inherinted to their own rights, and no one should be able to take that away from anyone. Without them a person is nothing. You can’t live life or even survive in this world without your rights. No matter your religion, gender, ethnicity or color. The theme of this essay is about the violation of human rights. Everyone is equally intitled to their rights without discrimination. One should know just how important human rights are and how no one has a right to take it away from anyone . Our rights are incorruptable, indestructable and everlasting. The books relate to each other by having the same point. All three books talk about how human rights got violated and infringed on. Human beings aren 't being treated like human beings, and these injustices need to stop. From reading the three books one has come to the conclusion that all books have characters that had their rights extinguished. From Being accused of crimes one didn’t commit to unfair inprisonment. According to Jimmy Santiago Baca, in his book titled A Place to Stand , he talks about how he was an easy target for the police because of his circumstances. He writes “ The police always accused me

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