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Persuasive Speech on Discrimination

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Persuasive Speech
What do you think of when you see a person with a long beard and are wearing traditional Islamic clothing? You think that he his terrorist or have some what connections to terrorism. Well this is stereotyping and also discrimination towards a Muslim person, just because of his appearance. The first major point I have is that all people are created equal. In all holy books it is mentioned that all people are created equal, so who are we to judge? Another point that I have is that not all Muslims are terrorist, but are very successful people. Just because someone has a long beard it doesn’t mean that they are a terrorist. Those are not my only points but the last point that I have is America is known of a country to be a melting pot, so then why do we discriminate the most against people who are not the same as we are. Discrimination in all meanings is wrong, we have no right to treat someone differently for the way they are or what there background is, and just because someone seems to believe in the faith of Islam it does not mean we are terrorist.

1. All people are created equal.
A. Quote from declaration of Independence (squidoo)
B. All religions show everyone is created equal.
C. Everyone is made the same

2. Muslim people are not terrorist.
A. Appearance does not make a person a terrorist
B. Muslims have good backgrounds also
C. Why do Muslims get extra security?
D. Muslims being stereotyped (Muslims widely seen discrimination)

3. America is a melting pot
A. Everyone has equal rights
B. Freedom of speech and religion
C. Who are we to judge?

The belief that everyone is created equally seems to not resist anymore. That’s why I am here before you to make u understand that discrimination of any kind is wrong. This should not be a matter we should worry about; we should be worrying about rising gas prices. When in all holy books it is written that all man and women are created equal, then who are we to judge? For...