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What three things did the Civil Rights Act of 1957 accomplish?
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How many syllables does the word civil rights have?
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What are the three categories that make up freedom?
List three civil rights guaranteed by the constitution of Massachusetts?
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What were the three goals of the civil rights movement?
What were three group that denied their civil rights?
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Which three Amendments are called the civil rights Amendments?
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How the three civil war amendments affected the political rights of freed African Americans?
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What was the purpose of the three amendments passed immediately after the Civil War?
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How do you get your civil rights back?
As long as you are a human being, you have certain civil rights (e.g. Freedom of speech). If you are currently living in a country that denies these rights, I'm afraid that there are only three ways to do that. 1. A massive movement of oppressed people 2. Leaving the country 3. Avoiding the situation that removes your civil rights If your in the U.S. or Canada, bringing enough evidence of having your civil rights taken away to court can not only get your rights back, but can give you a pretty good lump of cash too. In America, you cannot lose your civil rights - those rights that all residents have. IF you CAN lose the legal authority to do something, it was never a right. You can lose your authority to drive or practice medicine - those are privileges, not rights. You can lose your authority to vote, so that is not a civil right. You can never lose your authority to speak about political matters without government restriction, so that IS a civil right. Even explicit civil rights are limited - The 1964 Civil Rights Act prohibits SOME employers from factoring race, sex, or religion in employment decisions. Most US employers are exempt from the Civil Rights Act.