Politics & Culture
Explore the freedoms that protect you from the government of the nation that you reside, as well as information about when laws have gone wrong.
Beyonce has another great Super Bowl Performance
When you are famous you are not immune from social attacks and Beyoncé has faced several social attacks about her daughter’s hair, her husband’s looks and of course her last Super Bowl performances that turned the lights out. For Super Bowl 50 Beyoncé used civil rights’ imagery to fight back.
Black Americans should respect each other
Treating people the way you would like to be treated, should be the standard, but what happens when it’s not, especially in the US culture? Many Americans have fought to end the injustice of civil rights violations, but now it seems like we must fight the injustice of blacks mistreating blacks.
Civil Right’s Word Scramble
Civil Right’s word scramble. Yes, it’s hard. :)
Hangman (yes, it’s politically incorrect)
Civil Right’s version of Hangman (yes, the term is politically incorrect)
Opportunities of the US civil rights struggles
The ability to seize the day comes from within and each and every American has that right, that duty and that obligation to his fellow man. Read further to see and be inspired by some Americans that seized the day.
United States civil rights laws
Civil rights aren’t special rights they are the rights of US citizens. Please enjoy reading this overview of civil rights and why they are so important to the United States.
US Civil Rights Laws and Enforcement
Many times when we lump the idea of civil rights together we forget about the individuals that gave their lives to the struggle. We forget about the process and the patience that forward momentum took. We forget about the organization that was needed. We forget about the egos that were destroyed in
What the US civil rights movement can teach you Civil Rights Homepage | Editor's Picks Articles | Top Ten Articles | Civil Rights Site Map
What does it take for civil rights to work? Can you legislate integrity? No, but you can establish a foundation of principles for how you will be treated as a citizen. People of color, immigrants and women have had an uphill battle of establishing this foundation, but what’s next?
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