Human Rights And The Rights Essay

1175 Words Oct 5th, 2015 null Page
Human rights is a term that many people have heard, but do we really have a good grasp of the concept? To many Americans human rights includes the right to bear arms, the right to a free education, or the right to vote. But to other Americans human rights include being able to walk down the street without being questioned by police; it is the right to enter a store without being followed. For others it is the right to fall in love with whomever they please. Since the founding of America, people have been fighting for all sorts of rights: from the right to vote to the right to equality. "Human rights are rights inherent to all human beings, whatever our nationality, place of residence, sex, national or ethnic origin, color, religion, language, or any other status. We are all equally entitled to our human rights without any discrimination. These rights are all interrelated, universal, inalienable, non-discriminate, interdependent, and indivisible" (United Nations 1). Human rights are the rights that every person on earth should have to live a happy, fair, and satisfactory life. Human rights are indivisible. Regardless of if they relate to civil, cultural, economic, political, or social issues, human rights are inherited to every person. Denying someone of one of their rights will affect the remainder of their rights. It impedes enjoyment of the other rights. If someone has the right to standard living it should not be undermined at the expense of another right, like the…

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