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    Analysis Paper #2 After reviewing the background of The Voting Rights Act (VRC) of 1965 from the case files from www.nytimes.com, I will brief discuss the purpose of it. According to the required reading of the New York Times, “The Voting Rights Act of 1965 was encated to address entrenched racial discrimination in voting.” Voting was never considered equal when it came to women or people of color. In our history, many states never allowed those two groups to vote. However, they wanted…

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    covering his involvement in the civil rights movement, his influence from his family and rabbi father, friendships and connections he made. Plus a little side trip to seduction and firearms. I really enjoy reading the poems in the book. On of my favorite quote from the book is "People become organizers because they want to help other people make their lives better. . . No matter how well we do our work, however…

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    In my Mid-Term paper, I will explain what is the Civil Right. Such as, the history and evolution of the Civil Right. And what is the civil right purpose? Then, I will also talk about the challenges faced by some Civil Rights leaders, such as Doctor Martin Luther King Junior, Rosa Louis McCauley Parks and how the civil rights leader involved their community and how the stressed peaceful violence. Finally, I will explain what is the EECO (The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission) and why we do…

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    Many people see the words “Civil Rights Movement” and automatically think of the bus boycott, Martin Luther King, Jr., and the Ku Klux Klan. However, the movement was much more than that. In the book At the Dark End of the Street: Black Women, Rape, and Resistance- A New History of the Civil Rights Movement from Rosa Parks to the Rise of Black Power by Danielle L. McGuire, the author shows us some of what was happening in the lesser known parts of the movement focusing on how sexual violence…

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    “No society…can give its citizens the ‘right’ to break the law” (Morris Liebman, 1964). The reason for this is simple: citizens have this right, this duty, regardless if government “grants” it. Civil disobedience is an important and beneficial part of American society. It is rooted in the very principles this free country was founded on. It lets the people feel their voice is being heard. In some cases, it can even bring about much-needed change. Overall, civil disobedience plays a positive role…

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    Soulé College In 1856, Soulé College was founded by Colonel George Soulé and he was the president of institution until his death. There were three generations of business school leaders and educators. The first was Colonel George Soulé then second Albert Lee Soulé, and third George Soulé they all played a major role through the business school. Soulé College had great pride in keeping the motto for their students to become business owners in the future. The school was built on 1410 Jackson…

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    Introduction Long before all the laws that got women to be able to do things like get the right to vote, have high paying jobs or even be able to wear clothing that were above their knees, they had to go through many hardships. Beginning in the late 50’s though, the women began to get irritated with the way society was treating them and the inability for them to get a job and be equal with the men (“Women 's Liberation Movement” 2008 December)). Between the years of 1963 and 1970, there…

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    The Nineteenth Amendment and the women’s rights movement were turning points in history because they challenged the previous notions of women’s voices and led to women being treated as though they are human beings. The women’s rights movement was an amalgamation of things, each contributing to its origins. The Nineteenth Amendment was the most major result of the suffrage efforts. The Nineteenth Amendment was important because it gave a voice to women which they had not previously had and…

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    Martin Luther King Jr. was an American Baptist minister and a leader of the African-American Civil Rights Movement. He delivered his famous “I have a Dream” speech, at the Lincoln Memorial on 28 August 1963 in order to call for an end of racism in the United States. In his speech Martin Luther King Jr. attempted to convince the majority white United States government to give African Americans equal rights through the use of biblical and historical allusions, alliterations, and imagery. King…

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    vision of her philosophy is to give freedom to woman from so called Indian tradition. She was a courageous woman who stood by her husband and supported all his radical initiatives. She was a major figure of her time. She was revolutionary in her own right. Savitribai Phule’s Writings: • Kavya Phule – (1854) (Poetry’s Blossom) it is a historical document of the time. She consciously chose the traditional form of writing like abhang, which called a folk form. Her language is simple and…

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