Category Archives: Civil Rights

Real News: Anton Woronczuk Interviewing Bruce Dixon- “Affirmative Action Ruling Will Further Racial Inequality”

    Source: This piece was originally posted at The New Democrat This is the third post from The New Democrat on affirmative action this week.  It is a very important subject because it effects the whole country even though it … Continue reading

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Business Insider: Report: Brett Logiurato: Anderson Cooper on Arizona Anti-Gay BillL How Freedom of Religion Doesn’t Empower People to Discriminate

Business Insider: Report: Brett Logiurato: Anderson Cooper on Arizona Anti-Gay Bill  Derik Schneider on Google+ The New Democrat on Facebook The New Democrat on Twitter This post was originally posted at The New Democrat on Blogger Jennifer Rubin, in her … Continue reading

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The New York Times: Room For Debate: Can Diversity Survive Without Affirmative Action?

The New York Times: Room For Debate: Can Diversity Survive Without Affirmative Action? You only achieve a colorblind, or racial-blind, which is what this is really about, or ethnic-blind, or gender-blind society, if you actually practice those things. And simply … Continue reading

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FRSFreeStates: “The Death of Affirmative Action”: A New Birth for Civil Rights and Public Education

  The Death of Affirmative Action | | AlterNet. As a Liberal I not only take Martin L. King’s I have a Dream vision seriously. But I practice it personally, I don’t judge anyone by the color of their skin. … Continue reading

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Gay Marriage is a Civil Rights Issue

If your someone who truly believes in Limited Government and are anti Big Government­. Then you don’t have a problem with Marriage Equality or Gay Marriage. If your someone who believes in States Rights and limiting the Role of the … Continue reading

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