1. eth 125

    7 to 10 leaders or legislative events from both the Civil Rights and Black Power movements
  2. life orientation

    Six practical actions that you can take to address human rights violation of xenophobia in your community ?
  3. social studies

    in its signed petition to the king, which rights did the First Continental Congress claim colonists had?
  4. Social

    Difference between moral and civil duty? How are you going to respect the rights o other people?,List the points.
  5. Social Stuides

    What changed the attitudes of Western lawmakers about giving women voting rights?
  6. Life Orientation

    Provide 6 practical actions to take to address human rights violation of xenophobia.
  7. World Geo

    What rights did Aboriginal people gain as a result of the Referendum of 1967? sk8gurl99
  8. Social Studies

    What presidential power under the Constitution led the Antifederalists to urge for a Bill of Rights?
  9. Life orientation

    What are the five practical actions that you can take to address human rights violations of xenophobia in your community
  10. bill of rights

    im having trouble with these questions...i need to know what ammendment fits the statement... 1. A united states representative prohibited a local newspaper from printing an editorial that was critical of her record. 2. Congress told the state of Montana
  11. English

    Describe and explain 5 rights and/or responsibilities of the worker with regards to safety in the workplace. This is the information I have: Worker's responsibilites: -Cooperate with the joint committee or worker health and safety representative,
  12. English

    I forgot to include these very last 2 sentences. I hope you can have a look at them, too. (I included a few phrases on grammmar, too). 1) The story is profoundly allegorical and it can be interpreted as a 19-th century version of the myth of Faust, who
  13. AP History

    Those who brought Accusations of Witchcraft in the Salem Trials? A:Were almost exclusively the poor and powerless. B:Mostly young girls C:Slaves D:Woman who had been in trouble with the law E:included both low-status individuals and prominent citizens. How
  14. English

    Can you please check my last sentences. I really need to know which expressions are best. Thank you. 1)He studied at Eton college, where misbehaved students used to be beaten. 2) On his return to London he experienced poverty. 3) At the time (not "in this
  15. Workplace Hazards and Safety

    Describe and explain 5 rights and/or responsibilities of the worker with regards to safety in the workplace. This is the information I have: Worker's responsibilites: -Cooperate with the joint committee or worker health and safety representative,
  16. us history

    Hello! Can you please help me?? 1. In the 1800s, there was a wave of religious fervor known as the () Religious Right. (x) Second Great Awakening. () Religious Awakening. () Revival Times. 2. What movement called for drinking little or no alcohol? ()
  17. Social Studies

    1. what was important about boycotts, sit-ins, and freedom rides? 1. they drew public attention to the central issues of the civil rights movement 2. they were effective but but often violent protests 3. they were effective and peaceful protests 4. they
  18. Social Studies

    1. what was important about boycotts, sit-ins, and freedom rides? 1. they drew public attention to the central issues of the civil rights movement 2. they were effective but but often violent protests 3. they were effective and peaceful protests 4. they
  19. writeacher-RE

    thankyou people who agree that christinity is sexist such as feminists claim that... Women should have the same rights as men
  20. us history

    AFTER 1965 ,WHAT DID BLACK CIVIL RIGHTS LEADERS FIND DIFFICULT TO DO?IS IT TO PROTEST THE VIETNAM WAR NO.C
  21. history

    New civil rights technique used in the 1960's to desegregate lunch counters and other public facilities in the south?
  22. Constitutional Law

    What amendment suggests that there are more liberties than those specifically enumerated in the Bill of Rights? A. Third B. Fifth C. Ninth D. Fourteenth is it C
  23. life orientation

    Propose 6 practical actions that you can take to address human rights violations of xenophobia in your community
  24. Social Studies (Ms.Sue)

    How did Rosa Park's refusal to stand up contribute to the civil rights movement?
  25. history

    How was the conflict between supporters of a strong federal government and champions of states rights characterized then, as opposed to now?
  26. Social Studies

    Which of the following is most closely associated with the idea of nullification? A.States' rights B.Tariffs** C.Foreign policy D.Suffrage
  27. american government

    How does supporting the human rights defenders align with the philosophies of America’s Founding Fathers
  28. u.s history

    what are Andrew Jackson's response for tariff of Abominations, states' rights doctrine, and Nullification crisis
  29. Life orientation

    Suggest FIVE practical actions that you can take to address human rights violations of xenophobia in your community
  30. life orientation

    Six suggestion on how to combat the violation of human rights identified by you in the previous question and indicate any organization
  31. World History

    Who was an English philosopher who believed all people have natural rights? My best guess is John Locke.
  32. Life orientation

    Suggest five practical actions that you can take to address human rights violations of xenophobia in your community
  33. Economics

    Protecting intellectual property rights can result in new inventions that help the economy to grow. True False
  34. Government Check

    4got this one Which amendment applies the protections of the Bill of Rights to the States? First Fifth Tenth =Fourteenth
  35. life orientation

    suggest five practical actions that we can take to address human rights violations of Xenophobia in our community
  36. civics

    Does anyone know where I can find a list of supreme court cases that includes a provision of the bill of rights. I'm looking for something recent. Thanks.
  37. Iife orientation

    Propose 6 practical actions that you can take to addres human rights violations of xenophobia in your community
  38. life orientation

    propose 6 practical actions that you can take to address human rights violations of xenophobia in your community
  39. Life orientation

    Propose 6 practical actions that you can take to address human rights violations of Xenophobia in your community.
  40. help !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! piz

    Also don't give me a website .In what ways does the Bill of Rights protect citizens from power of government? and thank you
  41. History

    What caused Republicans to abandon their defense of black rights? Discuss economics as well as political reasoons.
  42. History

    W4.)which section of Andrew Jackson’s inaugural address best proves that he supported the rights of state governments? A. 1 B. 2** C. 3 D. 4 b
  43. history

    Write me a paragraph describing all the components of the English Bill of Rights that seem familiar or you know are the law in America.
  44. life orientation

    Propose 6 practical actions that you can take to address human rights violations of xenophobia in your community
  45. life orientation

    6 practical actions that i can take tio address human rights violations of xenophobia in my community
  46. life orinteintion

    propose six practical action that you can take to address human rights violations of xenophobia in community?
  47. life oriantation

    How can a young person prevent human rights violations from taking place under their watch
  48. life orientation

    what are ways in which human rights violations influences individuals or groups in south Africa. ?
  49. Life orientation

    Propose 6 practical actions that you can take to address human rights violations of xenophobia in your community
  50. History National Security

    _______ guaranteed US the rights to the ________ and spain agree to American borders
  51. social studies

    Respond to the following in a complete sentence: Why do you think some Framers of the Constitution insisted on including a Bill of Rights? can you please help me on this
  52. 9th grade

    True or False? in the west indies slaves were sold in exchange for land rights?
  53. History

    4.)which section of Andrew Jackson’s inaugural address best proves that he supported the rights of state governments? A. 1 B. 2*** C. 3 D. 4 B?
  54. Life orientation

    Propose 6 practical actions that you can take to address human rights violations of xenophobia in Your community.
  55. life oriantation

    suggest five practical actions that you can take to address human rights violations of xenophobia community
  56. History

    4. Where do the rights of American citizens come from? from Article I of the Declaration of Independence from Congress from presidential prerogative from the Constitution
  57. History

    How many amendments were originally proposed and submitted to Congress as the initial draft of the Bill of Rights? • A. 12 B. 8 C. 15 D. 10 what will be the answer
  58. social studies 8th

    1. Which is an example of checks and balances? (1 point) The constitution contains a bill of rights that details the basic rights of the state’s citizens. The constitution clearly outlines voting requirements and the qualifications for holding public
  59. English (SCARLET LETTER)

    We are reading the story, THE SCARLET LETTER, in class and I am confused on this question. From my understanding, Dimmesdale gets on scaffold and imagine what would be to tell the truth about his sin but then all of the sudden Hester and Pearl walks by.
  60. Should Canada continue to support the ............

    Declaration of Human Rights? I need to make a debat right so I need to know why you support it or why you don't Thanks in advance The whole point of a debate is for you to look into it and decide, then debate why or why not. So...go look into it and decide
  61. English

    Please check my answers for the Scarlet Letter if I am right. If not, please help me. Chapter 13 1. The point of the statement in the first paragraph, “The public is despotic… to its generosity” is to a. Argue that the public will eventually see
  62. Intro to computers

    You have set up Remote Desktop for the company server running Server 2008 so that your users can RDP in from their XP workstations. Users are calling you saying that they are being denied the ability to remote in. What is the most likely reason? A. XP does
  63. Social Studies

    1.)Which of the following were actions that motivated Radical Republicans to seek the impeachment of President Johnson? Choose all that apply. A.)President Johnson encouraged former Confederate states to reject the Fourteenth Amendment. B.)President
  64. POL 201 American Government

    Got 10/10 Question 1.1. The trajectory of cases from Marbury v. Madison demonstrate that the Supreme Court (Points : 1) ✓ A- had to stay within the confines of public opinion. B- always had supreme authority. C- was afraid of the states. D- needed
  65. government

    Which statement BEST describes the philosophy of Sir Robert Filmer? A. Kings derive their power from the consent of their subjects. B. Kings have a divine right to absolute authority over their subjects. C. Government’s principle duty is to protect the
  66. life orientation

    critically discuss six way that the humans rights violation influence groups and the broader south africa
  67. Criminal Justice

    I need to write a paper on the differences of police officers with a GEd and those with further education. Also do either have more civil rights complaints
  68. Calculus Help

    Let c and dd be positive real numbers. Show that regardless of c,d, the parabolas r=c/(1+cos(theta)) and r=d/{(1-costheta) intersect at rights angles
  69. US History II

    What was the significance of the election of John F Kennedy? Would it be that there was a democrat back in power... or that he supported the Civil Rights Movement...
  70. eth 125

    Identify events and leaders of the Civil Rights and Black Power movements and their contributions to their respective causes.
  71. Science

    Six ways that the human rights violations influence individuals,groups and the broader south african community
  72. united states history

    Agree/disagree: the Anti-Federalist's concerns over the lack of a Bill of Rights was legitimate.
  73. English

    Later, King led a famous march on Washington and worked for equal rights. -------------- (Is this sentence correct? The use of the preposition 'on'?)
  74. School For Human Rights

    A student wants to prepare Halite. How much sodium can he use to completely react it with 30g of Chlorine gas?
  75. History

    please identify key civil rights laws and the Supreme Court decisions that support them, from 1964- present.
  76. geography

    Which of the following were the main proponents of NAFTA? A. Labor unions B. Human rights groups C. Environmentalists D. Large corporations
  77. business

    Where can I find information that will help me to compare and contrast the rights of employees and the responsibilities of the employers in the United States and Europe?
  78. history

    What were the successes of African Americans in building families, creating a culture, and winning rights? In what endeavors did they not succeed?
  79. life orientation

    ways that the human rights violations influences individuals,groups and south african broader
  80. English

    “The Women's Rights Movement, 1848-1920. Web. 13 Oct. 2015. Is this considered a in text citation?
  81. National and State Government

    How did the Civil Rights Division of the Department of Justice operate during the George W. Bush administration?
  82. History

    The majority of states that did not ratify the Equal Rights Amendment were located in the A. Northeast. B. Midwest. C. West. D. Southeast. Is it D?
  83. writing

    if this is a subject verb agreement Did you know a famous animal rights activist has criticized horseracing because of the danger involved? and why
  84. civics and careers

    How does people's legal rights in the charter related to citizenship (informed, active citizen)? As many reasons as possible
  85. L.o

    16days of activisim campaign is making a positive impact to our country in terms of addressing human rights violation
  86. Life orientation

    Six ways that the human rights violatios influences individual, groups and the broader south africa
  87. AE ( last and final one)

    describe a situation in which the students’ rights might override a teacher's responsibility to maintain a safe learning environment. I can not think of any
  88. Ethic

    Are violations of human rights excusable in time of war? In the aftermath of serious terrorist attacks such as those of September 11, 2001? Why or why not? CAN SOMEONE HELP PLEASE!!!!!!
  89. HISTORY

    The majority of states that did not ratify the Equal Rights Amendment were located in the A. Southeast. B. Northeast. C. Midwest. D. West.
  90. english

    Which one of the following is a correct example of the singular possessive case? A. king's rights B. audiences' reaction C. women's club D. who's job I think it's C.
  91. life orientation

    write a paragraph in which you put your conclusion argument around your choosen topic which is human rights discrimination
  92. SOCIAL STUDIES

    How has the legacy of the civil rights movement influenced our society to strive for equality for all american citizens
  93. Acc

    Six ways that the human rights violations influences individual, groups and the border south African community
  94. English

    Which one of the following is a correct example of the singular possessive case? 1) women's club 2) audiences' reaction 3) who's job 4) king's rights
  95. 12th Grade Government

    Why was it important to the Founding Fathers to justify their actions by evoking traditional English rights?
  96. criminal law

    what are some of the supports and oppositions of jury nullification as it applies to a defendant's Sixth Amendment rights? I have some ideas of my own, but could use some help
  97. Social Studies

    home of important documents,such as the Constitution,Declaration of Independence,and Bill Of Rights. National Archives?
  98. ETH 125

    who are some of the African Americans that have helped their nationality and possibly add new amendments to the civil rights act
  99. ss

    1.What were supporters of the U.S. Constitution called? A. Pundits B. Constitutionalists C. Federalists D. Patriots 2.Why was Georgia so quick to ratify the Constitution? A. Georgians feared that a war with the Creek Indians was coming. B. Georgian
  100. comm 155

    • Read two of the five paragraphs on the second page of this appendix. Write a brief paragraph of about 150 words in which you do the following: o Identify which paragraph was more effective and analyze why this is so. o Include a discussion of sentence

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