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Say no to Racism : The latest news have got me thinking about certain matters…

Nowadays, many issues are left with no solutions such as: social and gender discrimination, violence and racism. Indeed, these terms shouldn’t be the correct ones to describe our present as every fellow should obtain the necessary rights according to the Universal Human Rights Declaration of 1948. However, the recent events have been showing that such matters still create a dilemma in many societies.In the 20th century, we can see that racial segregation was the main concern for many civil rights activists. Leaders and politicians such as, Martin Luther King Jr. and Nelson Mandela had peacefully used to ask for peace, acceptance and tolerance. However, they were humiliated and arrested. Their courage could even lead to their death. What about today? Do Jim Crow laws, with the US famous doctrine “separate but equal” in the 1960’s exist in people’s minds? Is racial segregation still alive in the 21st century? Unfortunately, numerous innocent people were killed in their own homes accused of false accusations, such as Breonna Taylor and Ahmed Arbery and countless others, just because of their difference. What could be the solution? To minimize the hatred and cruelty in society, crucial values such as: equality, freedom, tolerance and peace should be taught at homes and schools…Generations should continue raising up awareness to put an end to these matters. After all, all lives matter regardless of race or ideology, we should stand together to protect the human rights as Dr. King said: ‘’there comes where silence is betrayal’’.

 

Mazoon Al Busaeedi 3èmeA

 

 

Say no to Racism : The latest news have got me thinking about certain matters…

Nowadays, many issues are left with no solutions such as: social and gender discrimination, violence and racism. Indeed, these terms shouldn’t be the correct ones to describe our present as every fellow should obtain the necessary rights according to the Universal Human Rights Declaration of 1948. However, the recent events have been showing that such matters still create a dilemma in many societies.In the 20th century, we can see that racial segregation was the main concern for many civil rights activists. Leaders and politicians such as, Martin Luther King Jr. and Nelson Mandela had peacefully used to ask for peace, acceptance and tolerance. However, they were humiliated and arrested. Their courage could even lead to their death. What about today? Do Jim Crow laws, with the US famous doctrine “separate but equal” in the 1960’s exist in people’s minds? Is racial segregation still alive in the 21st century? Unfortunately, numerous innocent people were killed in their own homes accused of false accusations, such as Breonna Taylor and Ahmed Arbery and countless others, just because of their difference. What could be the solution? To minimize the hatred and cruelty in society, crucial values such as: equality, freedom, tolerance and peace should be taught at homes and schools…Generations should continue raising up awareness to put an end to these matters. After all, all lives matter regardless of race or ideology, we should stand together to protect the human rights as Dr. King said: ‘’there comes where silence is betrayal’’.

 

Mazoon Al Busaeedi 3èmeA