1. Life orientation

    examples of human rights violations or discriminations 1identify your 3 human rights violations or discimination and explain in an introductory paragraph why you choose the specific human rights violations or discrimination
  2. english

    “It is fifty-one years since we first met, and we have been busy through every one of them, stirring up the world to recognize the rights of women,” Susan B. Anthony wrote her friend Elizabeth Cady Stanton in 1902. The letter, in honor of Stanton’s
  3. Com170

    Analyze why one paragraph was more effective than the other. In my analysis, compare the sentence structure, word choice, punctuation, variety, and the rhythm of both paragraphs. Most consumers understand that a good credit score is vital to one's
  4. Social Studies

    Which of the following were goals of the civic rights movement? Select two items. a. establishing full voting rights for women b. establishing full voting rights for African Americans c. banning sexist business practices d. banning racist business
  5. history

    many of the reform movemnets were marked by attempts of minority groups to gain their rights to full enjoyment of the rights of all citizens. show how this statement is confirmed by describing two different groups and their struggle for equality. (my
  6. English

    Hello! Can you tell me if there are any passive clause in this chapter? This is not my homework I am helping my friend with this and I am so confused :/ By extension of meaning, bills of rights are sometimes regarded as including the definition and
  7. nullification

    i posted yesturday and the website i was directed to was for the 1800s. i need to know how nullification was still going on in the 1900s, but it can't be jury nullification Did you investigate the states rights' issues during the Civil Rights Movement of
  8. Social Studies

    "To no one will we sell, to no one will refuse or delay, right or justice." This quote from the Magna Carta have influenced the colonists to believe that a) no person who was a criminal has the rights to earn money or purchase from others. b) Each person
  9. U.S History

    R(ace, Gender,and the Civil Rights Movements. The struggle in Mississippi.) In what ways were issue of gender at the heart of the Civil Rights struggle for both civil rights activists and white segregationists?
  10. American Government (9th Grade)

    7.) What would a world of anarchy be like? A: A situation of living in nature, harmonious and free B: A Situation of well-ordered law and order C: A situation of extended families living together, fighting for resources with other families D: A situation
  11. Real Estate Law

    Rights that are associated with ownership of property and the effect that these rights may have on property are known as: (Points: 5) interest in property. ownership rights. property. title. I think its (C)
  12. life orientetion

    Are individuals empowered and do they understand their human rights or when their rights are being violated
  13. social studies

    which of the following statements best reflects the rights of citizens that are protected by the bill of rights
  14. life orientation

    Are individuals empowered and do they understand their human rights or when their rights are being violated
  15. neighborhood know how!

    all neigh have rights.with these rights come responsibilities.draw a picture of a responsible neighbor.
  16. US Government

    Why did Madison feel that natural rights had to be expressed in the Bill of Rights
  17. Social studies

    how was the metis'list of rights different from the charter rights and freedom?
  18. history

    similarities and differences between declaration of rights of man and bill of rights?
  19. vocab

    Equal Rights A. Equality B. Minority Rights C. Standards D. Sovereignty
  20. Social Studies

    "We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their creator with certain unalienable rights,..." A. people must show allegiance to their king and country thought their lives B. people need to help others
  21. Accounting

    Are the stockholders' rights to the assests of a company ranked ahead of the creditors' rights to the assets?
  22. 12th grade history

    Which groups of people were not afforded all the rights stated in the bill of rights?
  23. History

    What does it mean to have natural inalienable, sacred rights? Does it mean to have rights that they are born with, can't ever be taken away, and don't change overtime?
  24. History

    What are the four powers denied to congress?
  25. social studies

    chose two health disability rights. HOW YOU WOULD APPLY THE PRINCIPLES OF THESE TWO RIGHTS INTO YOUR WORK WITH YOUR CONSUMERS?
  26. law

    in regards to the Miranda rights are there still any unresolved issues regarding suspect rights that the Supreme Court will need to address in the future
  27. us history

    in its signed petition to the king, which rights did the rights did the tfirst continental congress claim colonists had?
  28. History

    What is the concept of rights and how does the constitution and bill of rights treat it?
  29. philosophy

    Why does Hobbes think that it is necessary for persons to transfer nearly all of their rights to the sovereign rather than merely some of their rights?
  30. HELP 16

    Equal Rights A. Equality B. Minority Rights C. Standards D. Sovereignty B
  31. History

    What was the Johnson's Administration policy on civil rights? Are you referring to President Andrew Johnson or President Lyndon B. Johnson? It makes a difference. There are articles in here about both presidency's -- be sure to differentiate:
  32. U.S. History

    I am running out of ideas. Question: Did the climate of civil rights and related protest become so militant after 1965 that it was counterproductive, splintering support for civil rights causes and providing an opening for conservative opposition? We have
  33. life orientation

    identify your human rights violation or discrimination and explain in and indroductory paragraph why you choose the specific human rights violation or discrimination .critically discuss six ways tha the human rights violation influences individuals groups
  34. Government

    1. The U.S. Constitution's Article I, Section 1 created the office for the U.S. president. A) True B) False 2. The term of office for a House member is two years. A) True B) False 3. Two requirements for members of the House are that they must be 25 years
  35. GOVERNMENT

    Name three presidents who signed the civil rights acts? Two are Lyndon Johnson, Dwight Eisenhower, and I can't find the other. I thought it was Kennedy but he died before. For a list of when congressional acts regarding civil rights were signed by a
  36. History

    17.)Which answer best defines the civic virtue "Individual Rights"? A.)Individuals rights means something is beneficial right"? B.)Individual rights include protection of life, health ,liberty , and property C.)Individual right means to argue a point based
  37. life orientation

    Are individuals empowered and do they understand their human rights or when their rights are being violated. provide five reasons for your analysis and standpoint
  38. ivory park

    Are individual empowered and do they understand their human rights or when their rights of others are been violated.provide five reasons for your analysis and standpoint
  39. Us history

    Examine the unalienable rights of individuals as started in the declaration. Do you think these rights are upheld today? Gives examples and support your answer.
  40. life orientation

    are individuals empowered and do they understand their human rights or when their rights of others are being violated? provide 5 reasons for your analysis and standpoint
  41. U.S.History

    the Declaration states the unalienable rights of individuals as Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Hapiness...but i need an example of if these rights are upheld today or not.
  42. Life orientation

    3human rights violations and explain in an introductory paragraph why you choose the specific human rights violation.
  43. Law Studies

    What rights does the Bill of Rights Protect?
  44. grammar check

    identify the infinitive pharse. in the 1950s and 1960s, afican american fought to get equal rights. to get equal rights but it can also be to get equal rights. identify the pharse. the u.s purchased alaska FROM RUSSIA. participal, prepositional, infinitive
  45. health

    What are some claim errors associated with claims being denied?
  46. history

    I'm having a debate about gay marriage. & I'm arguing that people should have the right to marry who they please because church & state are separate & the constitution grants people rights, including marriage rights. If my opponent says then if everyone
  47. Social studies

    rights of women, human rights,and special persons are radio programmes Give me answer in true and false
  48. american government

    Undecided QuestionShow me another » The Supreme Court has reasoned that a right of privacy is provided by? a) the Civil Rights Act of 1964 b) the Ninth Amendment, which says that people’s rights are not limited to those enumerated in the Constitution.
  49. science

    In most States, the right to vote was originally denied to all but which one of the following groups?
  50. History

    Civil Rights Protections: Identify the provisions of each of the: Bill of Rights, 13th, 14th, 15th, 19th, 24th, 26th amendments
  51. Us government

    19. How is Snyder v Phelps an example of competing rights? Be specific in your answer. The court case of Snyder v phelps is an example of competing rights because the rights of privacy and speech are making distress and this came into conflict with the
  52. Social studies

    Why did the Republicans in Congress feel of the 14th amendment was necessary? A- they worried the healthy Southern planters would not comply with the civil rights act B- they were that president Johnson would not enforce the civil rights act C- they
  53. Social Studies-Check my answers

    1. Why was the Declaration of Independence so important? (Select 2) a. it set up the U.S government*** b. it explained the ideals of liberty, justice, and equality c. it announced that American colonies were separate from great Britain*** d. it gave
  54. social studies

    On November 12, 1815 Elizabeth Cady Stanton spokesperson for the rights of women was born in Johnston, New York. Stanton formulated the philosophical basis of the woman suffrage movement, blazing a trail many feared to follow. Stanton verbal brilliance
  55. Civics

    Our rights are sometimes restricted in order to protect: a. those that are offended easily b. health, safety, and moral standards of the community c. the government from being overthrown d. individual rights
  56. Economics

    According to the U.S. Constitution and judicial review, each person's individual rights guaranteed by the 1st Amendment are absolute, meaning that there are no limits to your rights. True Or False
  57. U.S. GOVERNMENT

    Which of the following documents was the first famous document to "open the door" of democracy in England? A) The Petition of Rights B)The Mayflower Compact C)The Magna Carta D) The Bill of Rights
  58. Civics

    Which of the following documents influenced the American colonists to feel that their rights were not being protected? Declaration of Independence U.S. Constitution English Bill of Rights*** Mayflower Compact
  59. civics

    In 1866, the Republican-dominated Congress wanted to make sure that ex-slaves could vote, so they passed a Civil Rights Act declaring ex-slaves to be U.S. citizens. --Why did Congress also submit the 14th Amendment in 1866 confirming citizenship for
  60. phi

    Which of the following does Peter Singer assert about the principle of equality? (Points : 1) People should have equal rights because they are factually equal. People with higher abilities, it stands to reason, should have greater rights. Different groups
  61. PHI

    Which of the following does Peter Singer assert about the principle of equality? (Points : 1) People should have equal rights because they are factually equal. People with higher abilities, it stands to reason, should have greater rights. Different groups
  62. History

    Why was Wilbert Rideau denied due process and why was it so important?
  63. American Government -

    In most States, the right to vote was originally denied to all but which one of the following groups?
  64. Civics

    Hi, I have a question. Naturalized U.S citizens have a. the same rights as native born citizens b. fewer rights than native born citizens c. the same rights as illegal immigrants d. fewer rights that illegal immigrants. I think it is A, but I don't know.
  65. Social Studies

    1. According to the passage, what can be inferred about how Elizabeth Cady Stanton’s personal qualities affected the women’s suffrage movement? Her enthusiasm gave the movement a set of core beliefs. Her philosophical views provided the movement with a
  66. Social Studies

    "We hold these truths to be self evident, that all Men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unaliable rights,..." -The Unanimous Declaration of the Thirteen United States of America Which of the following best paraphrases
  67. accounting

    identify your human rights violation or discrimination and axplain in introductory paragraph why you choose the specific human rights violation discrimination.describe the three human rights violation or discrimination you selected, give two example of
  68. Social Studies

    The contemporary issue of maternity leave is a continuation of which reform movement? a) African American rights b) women’s rights (my answer) c) temperance d) education Am I right?
  69. Social Studies

    Choose two famous individuals to research that lived between 1820 and 1860. Keep in mind—your famous Americans MUST have DIFFERENT opinions on the SAME topic. Can you help me choose the two different individuals? Here's a list that I can choose from:
  70. Health and human services

    How does HIPPA(Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996) serve to protect patients rights? I went to www.yahoo.com and searched for hippa patient rights and got these results:
  71. U.S history

    Please check my answers! Which of the following was not a purpose of the Declaration of Independence? A. List grievances against the king. B. Denounce the king as a tyrant. C. Establish the Bill of Rights. D. Embrace the enlightenment ideas of natural
  72. Soc. Studies

    How were the abolitionist and women's rights movements related? A.The abolitionist movement was patterned on the women's rights movement. B.The two movements competed for resources. C.The two movements had entirely opposing underlying philosophies. D.Many
  73. US History

    Hello! I have an assignment where I have to rewrite the Bill of Rights in modern english. I've been able to do most of them, but I'm stumped on the 9th amendment. "The enumeration in the Constitution of certain rights shall not be construed to deny or
  74. Global History

    What was the role of the Nazi party? Why were Jews denied citizenship?
  75. Composition and Communication I

    write a one paragraph analysis of about 150 words, in which you do the following: oIdentify which of the two selected paragraphs was more effective, focusing on the writing elements rather than the opinions presented. oAnalyze why one paragraph was more
  76. Law

    "A person who has both rights and duties" is a concept that defines the most basic concept of the law. In U.S. law, a person is defined as having all of the rights specified in the first 10 amendments to the U.S. Constitution (the Bill of Rights), plus
  77. American National Government

    Can someone please help me with this question? Are there any public policy designed to protect civil liberty for freedom of religion? Do you support or oppose this policy? My answer is: The Universal Declaration of Human Rights. The International Convenant
  78. economics

    i need to submitt a project on "consumer awareness in india" so plsss write in detail about:-consumer awareness and its need , role of producers in protecting consumer rights , a case regarding an incident of violation of consumer rights. I WILL BE REALLY
  79. history

    1. How did president John F. Kennedy most support civil rights? a. He favored voting rights laws ** b. He organized a march c. He established the peace corps d. He rode “freedom buses” 2. Which of the following was a result of the civil rights act of
  80. American Government

    Give an overview of the African American struggle for civil rights since the Civil War. In particular, give 2- mechanisms that were used in the South to withhold civil rights from African Americans. What did African Americans do to overcome these
  81. Criminology and Forensics

    Which of these rights can be found in the victims' rights laws of most jurisdictions? (Select all that apply.) the right to ​ restitution the right to ​ be included in all communication about the case the right to ​ be informed the right to be
  82. US history

    In writing the Declerationf Independence, Thomas Jefferson was influenced most by John Locke's idea of 1 due process of law 2 natural rights 3 the rights of the accused 4 the right to privacy Is the answer 2 ?
  83. Social Studies

    1.King John of england signed the magna carta in 1215. What idea did the founding fathers borrow from this document to include in the bill of rights? A. People accused of a crime have a right to a trial by a jury of their equals B. People accused of a
  84. history

    please check in Charles Lindbergh and other heroes, Americans recognized a. a hunger for fame b. the virtues of the good old days c. a willingness to compromise d. the wildness of the American West B President Reagan's economic program was based on the
  85. american history

    Examine the debate between the rights of the Federal government versus the rights of the State governments. Provide detailed examples of how these issues were debated up to 1877, comparing and contrasting the various perspectives.
  86. English/ re-post

    Identify the topic sentence in the paragraph: Please let me know if I have the right answer. Thanks 3. Individuals can be denied credit for a number of reasons. (Topic sentence starts here---->"Individuals who are near limits on existing cards, have too
  87. Real Estate Law

    Ownership rights that are associated with ownership of property include: (Points: 5) no rights at all. the right to lease it. the right to burn it down. the right to destroy it if someone else wants it. I think its (b)
  88. I need help.

    Hi! So, Im suppose to write an essay. But I need to know how does the document of declaration of independence and also the declaration of the rights of men and the citizen talk about the people's basic rights?
  89. US rights and freedoms

    i'm working on this essay on y i'm proud to be an American and i wanted to prove some points about what people in other countries can't do, concerning freedoms and rights, that we can. can anyone help me with some examples? thank you!
  90. american education

    How will your responsibilities as a teacher influence the rights of your students? Is it fair to infringe on students' rights for the sake of the learning environment? Why or why not?
  91. Life orientation

    Identify three human rights violations and explain in an introductory paragraph why you choose the specific human rights violation
  92. Students rights and teachers' Responsibilities Sce

    Is it fair to infringe on students rights for the sake of the learning environment? Why or why not?
  93. Civics/writing

    Can someone please help me with a sentence? this is what i have so far~ We were inspired to use the Miranda rights as our topic when in school learning about rights and responsibilities.*****sentence I need help with****.
  94. Social STUDIES

    Act passed by the New York legislature in 1848 I.the real and personal property of any female who may hereafter marry, and which she shall own at the time of her marriage, and the rents, issues, and porfits thereof shall not be subject to the power of her
  95. American Government

    I need help with this question: Select one of the six organizing principles of the Constitution and apply it to the Bill of Rights. How is that principle supported or limited in the Bill of Rights
  96. History

    I need help coming up with an idea on the drawing a political cartoon for the Bill of Rights. I am not for the bill of rights, and I don't know what to do?? Please help me?
  97. Animal Rights

    I am writing a paper about animals rights and how I am for them. What are some good websites that I could look at? What would be a good think for a paragraph to talk about? Thank you :)
  98. Intensive Reading (CHECK MS SUE)

    Which statement best reveals an author's purpose? A.In the article, it is clear the author has talked to many people who fought for civil rights. B.The author wants readers to understand the development of voting rights in America. C.The author offers an
  99. life Orientation

    Identify your 3 human rights violations or discriminations and explain in an lntroductory paragraph why you choose the specific human rights violation or discrimination.
  100. History

    Hi, i am doing a presentation on women's rights, particularily focusing on Nellie McClung, could you help me find some good sites about her? Also, do you know of any song that involve women's rights/power.

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