Humanism/ Race Essay

692 WordsJun 26, 20153 Pages
I am going to write about how we extend humanistic rights and opportunities to our members of society based off of an article I read about a young child earlier this morning. This morning I read an article about how an older woman told a young black child, that was dressed as Elsa from Frozen, that “Elsa is not black, and that black it ugly”; this took place at a Disney theme park. We extend humanistic rights and opportunities to young children, which allow them to dress as whatever they want to be. Black children can dress as Tiana, Cinderella, Belle, Mulan, etc. if they want to. The same way that white children could dress as Mulan, Tiana, or Ariel; or how Asian children can dress up as Tiana, Aurora, or Snow White. Malala Yousafzai is a young Pakistan woman that was shot in the head by the Taliban and lived. After her experience she decided that she was not okay with how things were in her country, and other places, so she decided to try and make a difference. Malala has become a spokesperson for women all around the world. Her fight to make changes in many countries around the world was greatly appreciated and admired by many. The admiration and thankfulness that people had fro her showed when she received the Nobel Peace Prize in 2014. To this day Malala has not backed down from her fight even though the Taliban is still threating her. She was even brave enough to write a book, a memoir, about her life, her experience, and what she is fighting for. I read her book about a year ago and it was fabulous and it definitely gave an incite on what some people have to live with. Boko Haram is a branch of the Islamic State. Boko Haram means western education is a sin. This group is located in Nigeria, Africa. This group became well known all throughout the

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