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This ring is a collection of the greatest civil rights sites on the Internet today. We have civil rights sites to interest the student, civil rights for the teacher or professional, and civil rights resources, ideas and information. If you value your freedoms and rights, come see what's going on.
 

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   World Libertarian Order Preview Go
Worldwide organization stressing natural sequence in attainment of peace on Earth. Absolute individual liberty with race and culture preservation, leads to prosperity, which in turn leads to peace. Establish free enterprise everywhere. Ongoing prosperity and peace will then follow naturally.
   Martin Luther King Jr. Day Preview Go
Books, videos, dvds, childrens books and more about the great Civil Rights leader, Martin Luther King, Jr.
   Atelier Yoyita Art Gallery Civil rights sculpture Preview Go
This sculpture is dedicated to the Civil Rights movement and the three of its workers who died in Mississippi: James Earl Chaney, Andrew Goodman, and Michael Schwerner. I wanted to portray them for what they lived for, the civil rights that we all have.


   Civil Rights History Preview Go
Alot of conflicts happened during the civil rights era, this was the view of "THE FIERY CROSS" the official publication of United Klans of America.The views expressed are NOT mine. I feel this document will be an asset for research and a good look into the past.
   Parental Rights in Children's Medical Care Advocacy Preview Go
Child prodigy Shirley Cheng, a blind and physically disabled author and poet of 5 books by age 23, advocates parental rights in children's medical care. "When doctors ask yes or no, parents should have the right to say no," says Shirley, survivor of the 1990 internationally broadcast 5-month custody case against a doctor. Juliet Cheng was on CBS This Morning with Paula Zahn%2






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