Night By Elie Wiesel

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The Night Of Change “ No human race is superior; no religious faith is inferior. All collective judgments are wrong. Only racists make them.” This quote written by Elie Wiesel who is the author who wrote Night. Elie Wiesel was fighting for human rights since the Holocaust ( Wiesel, Night). This quote that he wrote means people are humans, they feel the same emotions, they all feel pain. Elie wrote about his experience in the Holocaust that led to his advocate for human rights through the book Night that was published in 1956 (Wiesel, Night). Elie Wiesel uses his Holocaust experience, positive lessons, and his purpose for writing Night as a reason to advocate human rights today. Elie’s experience in the Holocaust caused him to advocate human rights after he escaped from the nightmare him and Jews went through. Jew were either killed on the spot or put into a concentration camps (Wiesel, Night). Elie Wiesel was put into a concentration camp, and was sadly separated from his family. No one should be forced away from their families especially at a young age. To make it worse Jews identities were taken from them, to the Nazis they were just a number. Then Jews shoes were taken away from them, and other loved items (Wiesel, Night). All belongs and who they were as a human taken. People have rights to their bodies Jew did not at that time. Their human bodies taken away from them. Elie was whipped to the point where he blacked out (Wiesel, Night). Those scars will
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