Lately I've been writing long-hand, and although I have articles that I'm tweaking and the complicated nature of the violations to my human rights; there are times when silence is literally golden. I often speak about the issues with my network and equipment, and the issues with being stalked and my life reported for years, yet as a victim who has endured it is also a place of learning and I realize that some violations are violations out of habit; passed down to sometimes unknowing children, so matters become delicate, even for children.
As a WOC, human rights can be such a huge issue because as I always mention how I was somewhat sheltered, yet as a WOC it is somehow assumed what an issue means to me, or maybe it is assumed that I do not care about any issues at all. It is amazing how sometimes people actually learn who an individual is only to realize there is always another point of view, and how we take the lives of other's for granted. This brings me back to my earlier mention of silence, especially during very angry times, but also speaking up makes others who are facing challenges that they should also speak up.
Violations of privacy are absolutely unnecessary to learn about another person's value, and as a writer this has been difficult; however, it has also been a lesson.
When an individual is not aware of a situation, and if they are forced to resolve a matter as huge as human rights--it is definitely a matter that will make an innocent person speak up. For me, this experience has helped me to identify where there needs to be resolve and what type of situations that I would like to prevent. Silence is continuing to learn and write, and as a person who seeks justice and not revenge--I like to make my movements reflect that by speaking truth without attacking.
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