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  1. civil rights

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    45 CFR Part 80, Civil Rights Act of 1964, Title VI

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  1. Mark Paoletta:

    Justice Thomas has been subject to the most racist and vile attacks since at least 1981 when he joined the Reagan Administration– all because he is a Black man who insists that he be allowed to have his own thoughts and ideas, he believes in individual rights, not group rights, an idea that is literally enshrined in our Declaration of Independence. But because he holds those views, the Left and in particular the bankrupt civil rights groups, attack him.

  2. Lucy McBath:

    This is our modern day civil rights movement.

  3. Hank Klibanoff:

    It was not that Claude was some flaming liberal or liberator, he just liked a good story and liked to have it first. And frequently he was reporting on injustice and they knew, on the civil rights side, that if The New York Times wrote about it, it would get attention from important people.

  4. Ravi Perry:

    Even when slavery was abolished, it was incremental -- it began with the Emancipation Proclamation, and led up to the 13th Amendment, same thing with civil rights. We didn't just have one huge sweeping bill that changed everything. First we focused on public transportation, then voting rights, then fair housing. There were incremental steps.

  5. The NAACP:

    The NAACP intends to aggressively and nimbly respond to the current climate of political unrest, as well as the assaults upon human and civil rights that threaten our very democracy, as only it can, to do so demands that the board of the NAACP ensure that organization has the right plan and the right leadership to address these 21st-century challenges.


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