I believe that people living in the US should have the right to vote, the right to sufficient education, and the right to sufficient health. During Reconstruction, this idea was demonstrated when The Freedom Bureau tried to help slaves and provide sufficient health that the government was not. This example shows that people living in the us should have rights because it is possible. A lot of people thought that African american people should not have rights but clearly that is not how history played out. Similar, events in modern times illustrate that most people living in US did not have the rights that they should. In recent history, people in a gay club were shot at for being gay. The lgbt community do not have the same rights as any other american. This event shows that though things have changed but we still work to do. These events share many commonalities because people of different races and sexualities have had trouble attaining their rights and it shows that people living in the us should have rights that fit their needs.
People living in the us should have the right to vote, the right to sufficient education, and the right to sufficient health. People today also need to know that back then people did not have the rights we have today. In conclusion though it took a while for many people living in the US to attain the rights they deserve we made it happen so that goes to show that it is possible for people to attain the rights they deserve.