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Biography Of Darcy Ateman And His Work In Africa

814 words - 4 pages

Can you think about a person who is a music producer and great pacificist as well. As we know, music producer But, there is man named Darcy Ataman, who makes song for Africa, for people who are in disasters.
Before Darcy went to Africa, he already paid close attention to the phenomenon in Africa, and decided to speak for the local people who are in trouble, like property, diseases. Later, he wrote songs to let everyone in the world to listen what unfairness is happening on the other side in the world. However, Darcy thought it did not work well and really wanted to do it more efficient. Then, he want to Africa to felt how local people live and what they want, especially in Congo. He continued to build up a company named make music matter to make special songs for Africa people. And this company works for typical four things: raping, public health care, and development and education.
Raping is called sexual assault also, it is a action that against people’s (women) willing and force the people violently to have sex. It hurts women physiologically and mentally seriously. In every country, raping is regarded as a anomic criminal offence. In Congo, raping happens everywhere and take places in everywomen no matter you are a youth or old woman. First, talking about it without humanism, but disease. We all know a lot of diseases are spread by sexual, they could cause death, seriously. Woman is not a toy for man to have fun ! How can men hurts women so much? It can be seen chronic murder. There is no doubt that some women who are raped died with perennial torment by disease. Second, raping destroy women spiritually. A people lives under fear long time would cause the man lose normal human thoughts and actions. To be simple, women get mental disorder by raping. Form here, we have to think about humanism. The difference between human and animal is that we have thoughts, we know how to think and make a right decision. Some Congo women have babies but do not who are those babies’ fathers. Where will those kids go, kill them or let them grow up with no dignity? Either of these two questions are not fair for those kids, so, people have to stop raping.
It would be better for women if there is enough health care in Congo. However, it is not....

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