The civil rights movement of the United States was a struggle to
bring equality under the law to all Americans. To achieve these
goals, groups would partake in acts of civil resistance aimed at
achieving change by nonviolence. The movement has had a lasting
impact on American society through success in increasing the social
and legal acceptance of civil rights and triumph in exposing the
extensiveness of racism. These struggles and strides to better the
US social structure are seen in the reports of the U.S. Commission
on Civil Rights, documenting new policies, detailing problems with
the current laws, and describing new tactics to use to solve these
issues. This 2 collection of publications range from historic
documents published in the heart of the movement to reports
released in the new millennium, and features works like: Bigotry
and Violence on American College Campuses, Enforcing Religious
Freedom in Prison, and Stereotyping of Minorities in the News
Media. This publication is part of this collection.
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