Weingarten concludes that their freedom to devote energies to protecting civil rights
during the 1950s contributed to Jewish organizations taking action in support of civil rights in the 1960s and 1970s.
Both journalists were commended for promoting freedom of the press and protecting civil rights
Panelists at a meeting on the effectiveness of HBCUs in a post-segregation era told the commission, which is charged with monitoring and protecting civil rights
, that higher education desegregation and anti-duplication requirements were not being enforced.
While most are not required, they nonetheless contribute to the efficacy of intelligence operations while concomitantly protecting civil rights
and reducing liability.
A year ago this month, the county commissioners adopted an order "defending the Bill of Rights and civil liberties with respect to the USA Patriot Act," declaring the county's tradition of protecting civil rights
and its opinion that the federal act threatens those liberties.
The American Civil Liberties Union is dedicated to protecting civil rights
, but apparently that doesn't include those of Catholic hospitals.
There is little doubt that Bush would be a horrible president in terms of protecting civil rights
, but would Gore be any better?