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    southern folk who felt indifferent towards a race of people because of their color. The writing is this paper presents a summary of the Title VII Civil Rights Act of 1964; personal experiences of the author, and a Christian Worldview on adverse impacts that discrimination inflicts upon all servant leaders. The Act aims to strengthen and improve federal civil rights laws; provide for damages in cases of intentional employment…

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    Before color became standard neutral as a means for providing individual rights, the struggle for equality of race and color was an ongoing battle in the United Stated. The civil rights movement was a big obstacle detangled piece by piece by the man and women who wanted a safer environment for oncoming generations. Race and color was a median my which the law restricted and segregated individuals who didn’t look alike or fit into the same category. Huey Newton was one of these prominent…

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    Luther King Jr. have demonstrated that love and nonviolence can be a powerful tool. King and his followers refused to retaliate as police officers and white bystanders spat, insulted, beat, arrested, and killed black protestors. Though the American Civil Rights Movement presents many great examples of love in action, it is not the only way to act with love. Love can also be present when taking violent action. In order to explore this issue, ideas from Vietnamese Buddhist monk Thich Nhat Hanh…

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    Rosa Parks is an African American woman, during the civil rights movement, who put her name in the history books, and became a role model for everyone when she performed a very courageous act. Growing up around racism and poverty as a kid sparked a deep hatred for racism against blacks. She joined the N.A.A.C.P. were she met people of all colors, fighting for everyone to be equal. On December 1st, 1955, Rosa was arrested when she didn’t give up a seat on a bus to a white man. Rosa was raised…

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    indicated by article "Civil Right Vs Civil Liberties", “Civil Liberties refers to the essential opportunity and rights that are ensured and unmistakably recognized in the constitution and bill of right that incorporate right of free discourse, right of security, ideal to wed, ideal to vote, appropriate to reasonable court trial, ideal to be free from unwanted inquiry of your home.” Essentially, it is the flexibility to do anything you need without aggravating another person common right.…

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    Civil Liberties and Civil rights are the two main thing that gives us as citizens our freedom and protection. As are civil liberties as individual are rights protected by law from unjust government or other interference. In the other hand our civil rights are rights guaranteed to all the American citizens by law no matter your race, gender, disability. I believe that all the civil liberties and rights are important but I believe that the most important ones for Civil Liberties and Civil Right…

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    November 28, 2016 Professor Sharnak Civil Rights Essay Martin Luther, Leader of Civil Rights Movement It is a good reason that the general population remembers Martin Luther King Jr. as the dominant figure in civil rights movement. Martin Luther is a good reason because he played the role of non-violence movement and it does look better, than other groups who fought racism with violence. It is better to have a leader that has move a group of people the right way, other than the way that…

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    The civil rights museum is magnificent. I love the fact the museum preserved the outside exactly the way it looked in April, 1968. There were cars parked in front of the motel to give a feel as if we were there on the day of his assassination and a wreath was placed where Dr. King was shot. When we got inside the museum there were posted scenes of slavery from the time it began to the time it ended. The museum was very organized with heavy security. In today’s society, I guess having enough…

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    RACISM The Civil War and the Civil Rights Movement have a direct correlation with African Americans gaining their deserved freedom. If not for the Civil War slavery could still be normal in American society. It took over half a million American lives for African Americans to gain an ounce of freedom. Even after all the bloodshed African Americans still had little to no freedom. Likewise, without the Civil Rights Movement African Americans would never have the social status and rights that they…

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    Title VII of 1964 Civil Rights Act According to The American Association of University Women, Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 safeguards individuals against employment discrimination on the grounds of race and color, as well as national origin, sex, and religion. Title VII pertains to employers with fifteen or more employees, including state and local governments. It additionally pertains to employment organizations and to labor establishments, as well as to the federal government.…

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