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dignity
being worthy of honor or respect
equality
situation in which all people are treated the same
endowed
given from birth.
He was endowed with musical talent.
conscience
Our ability to know the difference between good and evil, right and wrong
reason
the power of the mind to think and understand in a logical way
brotherhood
Spiritual or social togetherness or solidarity.
fundamental
basic; primary; essential.
The right to education is every child's fundamental right.
inalienable
Not able to be taken away.
Life, liberty and happiness are all inalienable rights.
human rights
basic freedoms and rights, such as freedom of speech, that all people should enjoy
uphold
to support or defend, as against opposition or criticism
entitled
to believe that you deserve something
distinction
fact that makes someone or something special or different
sovereignty
freedom to rule
arbitrary
random; determined by chance
United Nations
An international organization formed after World War 2 to promote international peace, security, and cooperation.
primary source
A document that was written or created during a particular time period.
reaffirm
Confirm; state strongly.
to assert again
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