We, the Oppressed–Speaking at the Rohingya Genocide protests at the UN Headquarters

The greatest minority is the individual. Even the White male faces oppression from everyone else in the society. All around the world, people who look different, speak different and believe different have been subject to violence. We, the oppressed individuals, can not let that continue. Therefore, as the nation of the oppressed, we must stand with the oppressed. The Rohingya genocide is not a Muslim problem, it is not a Burmese problem, it is a human problem. And that is why we, the oppressed must stand with the oppressed as individuals beyond our religion, beyond our language and beyond our culture.


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