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Topic: Civil Rights

  Civil    Right now  
  Civil Rights Movement    Civil Rights Act  
  Human Rights    Right to Know  
  Right click    Right Thing  
  Civil War    Right of Way  
  Office of Civil Rights    Right to Life  

 Vital Stats
The Brain has inferred the following facts from reading text collected on the topic:
Most admires:Martin Luther King
Politics:Gay activism,  Religious right,  Feminist
Dream job(s):Lawyer,  Prison Guard
Favorite era(s):1960s
Favorite religious figure(s):Malcolm X
Interest(s):Law,  Politics
Ultimate fantasy(s):Finding genuinely free porn on the internet
Medical note(s):Mentally retarded
Membership(s):Amnesty International,  Electronic Frontier Foundation,  Klu Klux Klan
Favorite quote(s):"Good people do not need laws to tell them to act responsibly
"Hell is paved with good samaritans." - William M. Holden
 Expert Talk
The Brain has selected interesting relevant sentences from the web. It automatically assigned them to some of our fictitious experts based on their personalities.

Brian Mengel,
Civil Servant

International civil rights agency needs an administrative assistant to join our busy team of fundraising professionals.
Ben Werner,
Student Newspaper Editor

The civil rights movement of the 1950s and 1960s forced federal and state governments to remove the shackles of legal segregation and to give blacks in the southern states access to the ballot box.
Civil rights activities in 1963 culminated in a March on Washington organized by Randolph and civil rights activist Bayard Rustin.
The civil rights movement of the 1960s brought a relatively peaceful end to segregation and legal discrimination.
Todd Porter,
Gym Attendent

Civil rights issues are important to the gay community because in many circumstances homosexuals do not have the same basic rights other citizens in our country do.
John Carthy,
Gun Shop Sales Assistant

Civil rights action against city stemming from violation of First Amendment rights due to passage of picketing ordinance.
Civil rights or liberties are personal, natural rights guaranteed and protected by the Constitution.
Civil rights advocates have changed state laws and practices to such an extent that it is now virtually impossible to treat such individuals unless they first commit a violent act.
Jack Crawford,
WWII Veteran

Civil rights have lost their meaning for the thousands interned throughout America as well as held illegally and without trial at Guantanamo Bay in Cuba.
Thomas Owens,
Police Officer

Civil rights lawyers have expressed concern that moves to control police conduct during vehicle chases may be undermined by a May 1998 US Supreme Court ruling.
Bob Greenberg,
Congressional Candidate

Our civil rights are endangered by a number of right-wing nominees who have shown hostility to disability rights and to civil rights generally.
They are civil rights laws consistent with the beliefs that all people are entitled to such necessities as employment, housing and business services without fear or discrimination.
 User Talk
Comments from our users:
richard a. mongeon
2004-11-06 16:32:37
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David Schraven
2004-11-09 21:52:30
2004-11-17 13:21:04
Civil Rights still has a meaning tpday for the better good of America. As an African American if it wasn't for civil rights I wouldn't have the same opportinities as White Americans
2005-02-09 22:05:13
explain fully why the civil rights movement culminated in the 1950s and 1960s?
2005-02-26 16:03:41
what happend in civil rights?
2005-03-30 20:41:57
my daughter is a parolee her parole officer wants her to submitt to a lie dector test to prove that her boyfried is not abusing her. there is no evidence of abuse never has been but the bullying tatics have become a souce of stress in her life. she has not violated her parole and cant understand why they want to do this and is also afraid they will think her uncooperative if she dosent submitt. what are her options? Please we need some help.
Rasheda Shinholster
2005-08-09 19:03:56
Who are they referring to when they say the "people" in The Declaration of Independence

2005-08-28 18:40:41
2005-10-01 09:36:59
Why in the world do Black people sell out to whit people and turn against their own.Ihear that so call black leaders are paid o snicth, to whites on other blacks , how sad Is Al Sharpton and Rev. Jackson both Fakes?
2012-11-22 05:50:05
Your article was ecxlelent and erudite.
2012-11-24 01:57:14
So much info in so few words. Toltosy could learn a lot.
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