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Before the dust has settled or the blood congealed, editorials, speeches, and civil-rights commissions are loud in the land, demanding to know what happened.
Ann Arbor became a focal-point for left-wing activism and served as a hub for the civil-rights movement and anti-Vietnam War movement, as well as the student movement.
Ann Arbor also became a locus for left-wing activism and served as a hub for the civil-rights movement and anti-Vietnam War movement, as well as the student movement.
In the Georgacarakos v. Watts case Peter N. Georgacarakos filed a pro se civil-rights complaint in the United States District Court for the District of Colorado against 19 prison officials for " interference with the free exercise of his Ásatrú religion " and " discrimination on the basis of his being Ásatrú ".
Some of the most prominent civil-rights activists were multiracial, and advocated equality for all.
Bloody Sunday ()— sometimes called the Bogside Massacre — was an incident on 30 January 1972 in the Bogside area of Derry, Northern Ireland, in which 26 unarmed civil-rights protesters and bystanders were shot by soldiers of the British Army.
These funds are often used by public officials, civil-rights organizations, and public-interest organizations.
" According to historian Doris Kearns Goodwin, Robinson's " efforts were a monumental step in the civil-rights revolution in America ... accomplishments allowed black and white Americans to be more respectful and open to one another and more appreciative of everyone's abilities.
The Act is widely considered a landmark in civil-rights legislation, though some of its provisions have sparked political controversy.
The civil-rights movement that had swept the country during the 1960s brought increased participation of Hispanics in Hidalgo County politics, though problems related to race were not over, as the " Pharr Police Riot " of 1971 illustrates ( see PHARR, TEXAS ).
Buehler is currently a teacher in Austin, Texas and a prominent civil-rights leader battling police corruption.
Neuroscientist and best-selling author Sam Harris, noted mainly for his contribution to the New Atheism movement, criticized CAIR by doubting their legitimacy saying CAIR is " an Islamist public relations firm posing as a civil-rights lobby ".
Young caused controversy when, during a July 1978 interview with French newspaper Le Matin de Paris, while discussing the Soviet Union and its treatment of political dissidents, he said, " We still have hundreds of people that I would categorize as political prisoners in our prisons ," in reference to jailed civil-rights and anti-war protestors.
However, it was opposed by others, including civil-rights leader Bayard Rustin, who argued that the 1979 election had been " free and fair ", as well as senators Harry F. Byrd, Jr. ( I-VA ) and Jesse Helms ( R-NC ).
Anti-sweatshop activists derided the report as a whitewash and raised concerns that Nike was trading on Young's background as a civil-rights activist to improve Nike's corporate image.
This is the worst civil-rights package ever presented to the Congress and is reminiscent of the Reconstruction proposals and actions of the radical Republican Congress.
They were refused service, touching off six months of sit-ins and economic boycotts that became a landmark event in the U. S. civil-rights movement.
In August 1963, he and his mother participated in the civil-rights march on Washington organized by Martin Luther King, Jr. Wolfowitz was a member of the Quill and Dagger society.
In the meantime, the case of the missing civil-rights workers became a major national story, especially coming on top of other events during Freedom Summer.
In 1892 Pinchback was part of the Comité des Citoyens ( Citizens ' Committee ) which set up the New Orleans civil-rights actions of Homer Plessy as a challenge of segregationist laws in public transportation.
Barry came to national prominence as mayor of the national capital, the first prominent civil-rights activist to become chief executive of a major American city ; he gave the presidential nomination speech for Jesse Jackson at the 1984 Democratic National Convention.
Asa Philip Randolph ( April 15, 1889 – May 16, 1979 ) was a leader in the African-American civil-rights movement, the American labor movement and socialist political parties.
In the early civil-rights movement, Randolph led the March on Washington Movement, which convinced President Franklin D. Roosevelt to issue Executive Order 8802 in 1941, banning discrimination in the defense industries during World War II.
Speakers included all six civil-rights leaders of the so called, " Big Six "; Catholic, Protestant, and Jewish religious leaders ; and labor leader Walter Reuther.
Carmichael and a white student and civil-rights activist, Tom Kahn, helped to fund a five-day run of the Three Penny Opera, by Berthold Brecht and Kurt Weill: " Tom Kahn — very shrewdly — had captured the position of Treasurer of the Liberal Arts Student Council and the infinitely charismatic and popular Carmichael as floor whip was good at lining up the votes.

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