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R180 workshop 1

vocabulary

TermDefinition
earn to receive money for a job you do
forbid to refuse to allow someone to do or have something
distribute to give items to other people
opposition a feeling of strong disagreement toward something
organization a group that is formed for a specific purpose
associated to be connected to a person or thing
activism the action of bringing about social or political change
discrimination the practice of treating a person or group differently from another unfairly
equality when everyone has the same opportunities and rights
exploitation the action of treating someone unfairly in order to benefit from his/her work
human rights the basic rights that every person has to be treated in a fair/equal way without cruelty
abusive using violent or cruel words or actions against a person or animal
advocate someone who publicly supports a person or cause
dignity the state of knowing you deserve respect
illiteracy the inability to read or write
rights things that you can have or do to meet basic needs
tolerance the ability to respect other people's beliefs or opinions without criticizing or judging them
Created by: juliesteimel