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Anya Silver

English 1010
Paul Anderson
My Rhetorical Analysis Summary About Human Rights Day
Rhetorical Analysis:
This article explains about celebrating diversity for human rights which is called,
Human Rights Day. As history repeats itself, people around the world try not to repeat it
because of painful memories some people have gone through.
Right as the beginning of this article, these writers named Michael Williams and Fateh
Azzam wrote this article called, Celebrating Diversity on Human Rights Day. In the beginning
of this article right on the first paragraph, it said that every year on December 10th, the world
celebrates diversity for declaration for Human Rights Day. Most importantly, the main reason
why I chose this article was because when I found that article, it caught my attention because I
knew that I heard that from listening about history about discrimination, I heard about what
people went through just because of the color of their skin but I thought about that there is joy
about cherishing diversity and thats what I really liked about that article because it seemed to
talk about loving and accepting each other.

Body Paragraph:
Right on the second paragraph of this article, this article explains the reasons why people
around the world celebrate diversity and end discrimination. According to age, conscience, sex,
ethnicity, any national/social origin, political opinion, or language for any other distinction,
discrimination became the expression of a long-discredited belief that all people werent born
free or equal. For this article, the evidence shown on here is that people did go through what
happened to them based on the past but how they celebrate diversity is based on cherishing it.
In this article called, Celebrating Diversity on Human Rights Day, it explains a lot
about people celebrating diversity and ending discrimination over at Labanon. For the
declaration of that holiday, Human Rights Day happened around December of 1948 which
became an important document for dozens of treaties who protect human dignity as a matter of
rights and legal obligations. Back in history, discrimination seemed to be a belief that not all
people were born free or equal. In Labanon, people in that place celebrated Human Rights Day
to embrace diversity and most of them cherished every moment of rich diversity which made that
place seem like it was unique. Everybody in that place were taught to move forward and not
repeat history itself because it was recommended to not bring back painful memories for
everybody. If that commitment was forgotten, the human right treaties wouldnt be protected
from discrimination. So far, the human rights treaties provide important standards to abide
through more implementations of standards in domestic law and daily practice.

The conclusion to this article includes that Labanon was a place that became part of
embracing diversity which is part of accepting it and cherishing it. In history, people did go
through discrimination, but since Labanon became a safe place, people in that place cherish it by
bringing people together and sharing ethnicity but it was said that if the commitment was
forgotten, human rights wouldnt be protected from discrimination.
Agreements & Disagreements For This Article:
I dont seem to have any disagreements for this article but what I really did like about this
article is how people decided that they wanted to end discrimination in order to fight for their
own rights. By doing so, they also cherished and embraced diversity which also celebrated
Human Rights Day. By celebrating Human Rights Day, everybody in Labanon seemed like
they were very accepting because no matter what the color of what peoples skin is, everybody is
still cherished and accepted for who they are. By doing that, they didnt bring back painful
memories in the past because they focused on the good by cherishing and embracing diversity

Works Cited
Williams, Michael, and Fateh Azzam. "Celebrating Diversity on Human Rights Day."
Daily Star (Beirut, Lebanon). 10 Dec. 2009: n.p. SIRS Issues Researcher. Web. 22 Oct. 2015.