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    In the 1960’s many social movements came about which included the Civil Rights Movement, the Student Movement, the Gay Rights Movement and the Women’s Movement. Contrary to what many believe, the Civil Rights Movement did not end in 1968 but shifted into a new phase of ideologies which laid the foundation for feminism. Both the Civil Rights Movement and the Women’s Rights Movement had similar goals in mind which were to create opportunities for their minority groups that were just as equal and…

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    religion, delivered a speech on July 8th, 1741 titled “Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God” which informed his audience that God is the only thing holding them up over the pits of Hell. While on the other hand, Martin Luther King Jr, an American civil rights activist and author, writes a letter, “Letter from Birmingham Jail,” while held prisoner in Birmingham City Jail addressing eight Clergyman who condemned his protests throughout the city. Both Edwards and King use different variations of…

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    I am wise beyond my years. Believe strongly in things. I love my family, and I love my friends. Sometimes, though, we don’t always see eye to eye. My mom and I had to house sit for a friend one time. This friend is also her boss. She is gay and right before we house sat, they had a union ceremony. You see, at that time, it was not legal in KY to get married if you were gay. They went on a honeymoon, I think to Maine, to actually get married. So, for a month we watched the house. My friends…

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    To Change The World Enough

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    some protesting effort for human rights or a better opportunity for work. This poem seems to fit current events going on around the nation dealing with officer involved shootings,…

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    their freedom and rights that this degrading and sexist view of women began to change. Susan B. Anthony is one of these influential women at the forefront of the revolution for women’s rights and equality. Anthony fought tirelessly for the inalienable rights of all oppressed people in American society. During a time of great inequality…

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    Outline: Thesis: The Civil Rights Act of 1964 was significant to African Americans because of the act, segregation in public places and employment prejudice on the pigment of skin, national origin, gender, ethnicity, or/and religion was brought to an end. The Civil Rights Act was one of the most momentous events to impact the African American community on the account of bringing equality to minorities and leading to the Voting Rights Act 1965, which added greater strength to minorities in…

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    the United States until the mid 20th century, especially in the deep south. In his essay, “Letter from Birmingham Jail,” Martin Luther King Jr., a human rights activist heading the civil rights movement, addresses a group of Alabama clergyman’s specific concerns about the movement while at the same time discussing a larger topic of equal rights for everyone. King refutes the deeply dogmatic regime of segregation, the legal and social system of separating citizens on the basis of race. The…

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    separate peace from freedom because no one can be at peace unless he has his freedom” Malcolm X born on the 19th of May, 1925 in Omaha, Nebraska, United States. He is among the most discussed and debated public figures in history. Malcolm X was a human rights activist and supported freedom through violence to achieve equality in a society dominated by whites. He encouraged the blacks to fight back and gave them a sense of pride. Malcolm X is widely known for his beliefs and philosophies after…

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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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    Civil Liberty Benefits

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    Civil liberty, which differs from natural liberty, points to the liberty enjoyed by man in society. Freedom in solitude is absurd. Freedom to be true, involves the size to do or having things in common with others, and no person can permanently cut apart his own good from the common good. The legitimately free person is the man who knows when to portray his need for freedom and when to comprehend the full influence of social life, with all the restrictions it entails. If my liberty is broken by…

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