Thesaurus / rights


These days his birth home and childhood neighborhood in Atlanta are a designated national historical park, and the 45-mile-long path of the voting rights march of 1965 was appointed as the Selma to Montgomery National Historic Trail.

When the human rights organization Avaaz researched the Facebook pages that were the biggest sources of misinformation on Facebook about the coronavirus through May 2020, at least three of them were known groups that oppose vaccines.

It’s available on tap in Denizens’ tap rooms in Silver Spring and Riverdale Park, and proceeds benefit the voting rights organization Fair Fight.

The Equality Forum is a national and international LGBT civil rights organization with an educational focus.

That very same year, partly in response to Snowden’s leaks, the Brazilian government adopted the Marco Civil—a kind of internet “bill of rights” for its citizens.

We found that Mrs. Spiker had secured her rights, and was on duty that day as nurse.

Even then the sentiment of our rights existed in the bottom of our souls.

Now you will no longer dare to prevent me from claiming my rights or dispute my legal title.

Article 10 reserves the rights of Poland and declares that this Agreement shall not apply to her.

A Revision of the TreatyJohn Maynard Keynes

However, I know nothing of the rights or wrongs of the story—if story there is at all.

A Butterfly on the WheelCyril Arthur Edward Ranger Gull


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