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21 Cards in this Set

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1. not aware of something
2. not educated or not knowing about many things
The state of being poor.
An overcrowded, poor, and neglected area of housing in a town or city.
Bravery or the strength which helps a person to face danger.
share croppers
A tenant farmer who farms land for the owner in return for a share of the crops that the land yields.
A title given to a clergyman,
minister, or preacher.
nonviolent resistance
Without using physical force, refusing to obey unjust laws.
1. Unfairness or lack of justice. 2. An unfair situation or action.
1. A battle or fight for which someone feels a great deal of emotion. 2. One of the battles fought in the 11th, 12th, or 13th centuries by European christians attempting to capture the Biblical lands from the Muslims.
1. a person 2. natural and understandable
3. human rights -
Everyone's right to justice, fair treatment, and free speech
The act or practice of keeping people or groups apart.
Not in keeping with the basic principles or laws set forth in the constitution of a state or country.
A secret way of voting, such as on a machine or on a slip of paper.
civil disobedience
The refusal of citizens to cooperate with laws which they believe are unjust, and the willingness to take the consequences of this refusal.
To refuse to buy something or take part in something as a way of making a protest.
The act or practice of making facilities open to people of all races.
1. your character is what sort of person you are.
2. One of the people in a story, book, play, movie, or TV. 3. A letter, figure, or other mark used in printing
civil rights
The individual rights that all members of a society have to freedom and equal treatment under the law.
1. An opinion or judgment formed unfairly or without knowing all the facts. 2. A fixed, unreasonable, or unfair opinion about someone based on the person's race, religion, or other characteristic.
Nobel Peace Prize
A prize awarded to the person who has done the most for peace in the world that year.
Your knowledge of what is right or wrong that makes you feel guilty when you have done something wrong.