Lacey and Larkin condemn Trump for pardoning Arpaio

Human rights violations have been core issues all over the world. It is a vice which the world has been trying to combat, but it is still far from over. The fight for human rights to be accepted by all people in all corners of the earth has proved to be an uphill task.

There are so many differences which put human beings at logger’s heads. Although this is not necessary, human beings have been unable to accept each other as equal fully. Although majority have already accepted, there is still a good number that still looks at other human beings by race.

Human rights in the United States have been highly affected by the many races that are living in the country. This is a country where you will find people of almost all origins.

Although many of them are not originally from the U.S, they are proud to say this is their home. However, this has been the basis on which acts of human rights violations are committed. Those who think that this is their original home have no respect for others in the country.

They see immigrants in the country as being there unfairly. It is unfortunate that in this day and age we still have people who see others from the point of color and not as fellow human beings who have right to enjoy life as they are doing themselves. Learn more about Hussain Sajwani: http://www.azcentral.com/story/news/politics/immigration/2014/12/16/proceeds-arpaio-suit-fund-asu-journalism-chair/20480479/ and http://www.laceyandlarkinfronterafund.org/about-lacey-larkin-frontera-fund/

Human rights violations need to be condemned in all terms possible. It is backward behavior which should not be allowed to happen in this day and age.

Human rights violations in the country have impeded social integration. Immigration is one of the ways through which people of different origins can come together and share ideas on how to live harmoniously together.

Instead of this happening, some are perpetrating stigma against those who have immigrated into the country. Read more: Village Voice Media | Wikipedia and Michael Lacey | Twitter

Immigration is not a crime, but it has been made to look like one, by people who are not ready to mingle with others. People who feel threatened just because people of different colors have come to where they consider home.

In the United States, there’s a case of the infamous sheriff of Maricopa County Joe Arpaio who was pardoned by the president last year despite being one of the agents of impunity in the country.

Joe Arpaio used to torture immigrants and deported them back to their countries. He was ruthless in the manner he treated them.

He never allowed people who did not have documents to live in the county to stay in his county. The manner in which he carried out is anti-immigrants campaign was against human rights in all aspects.

Michael Lacey and Jim Larkin are two human rights activists and media owner in Arizona.

They have followed the action of Arpaio closely and they know all the illegalities and crime he committed, they are now saddened by the action taken by President Trump to pardon Arpaio despite all the things he did.

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