Tag: human rights
Pretty Words, Ugly People: Human Rights throughout Western History
You know, humanities classes are very different from science classes. There’s no extended periods of time when the professor just talks and talks, there’s little structure to my notes, and whatever comes out of the class is usually based entirely from what we as students discuss. This is roughly what I got from my seminar.
Frederick Doouglas’ Narrative: An Outline
The first impression I’ve had from this book are confusion, disgust, and fear of the worth of a human soul. Basically, I’m shook at the nature of cattle slavery in America and its dehumanizing effects on both the slave and the slaveholder. ”