Civil Rights And Civil Liberties

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Thapa5 Kapil Thapa Govt. 2305-71013 Professor: Sherry Sharifian 01 Oct. 2017 Civil rights and civil liberties Every citizen of the country is bounded and benefited with the freedom of Civil rights and Civil liberty. Civil right is the right of the citizen to be equally and fairly treated by the government, written in the 14th Amendment. Civil right moment was mainly focused only on the slaved, African American people. Then civil liberties firstly, not only protected the rights of African American people, it also included the right of gay, lesbian and female people. Civil Liberties has given the freedom, against the interfere done by the government. Both the right was about the people rights to live freely without the discrimination. 1…show more content…
Civil right, the right against the discrimination based on sex, gender is relative to Bourke V. Beshear. Brouke and Deleon move to Kentucky after getting marriage in Ontario, city of Canada. At that time, there was no any right for same-sex marriage, it was illegal. They both planned to case a file and work on for legalizing same-sex marriage. Discrimination of sex that means inequality among sex is same-sex marriage. “People support same-sex marriage because they believe in love, commitment, justice, equality, and supporting all families It falls under the civil rights. After this same sex marriage became legal in that state” (Gay Catholic “Disturbed and Disappointed” by People’s Remarks in Philippines”). Civil liberty is the right to live freely without any interfere. Minersville school district v. Gobitis is related to civil liberties, a 10-year boy was forced to do against his religion by making him salute the flag of America. He refused to do so, because it might be bad-blessing according to his religious belief. After this he was given two option of leaving school or doing against his religion by saluting the flag. This became a case in the court filed by Gobitis and his father, this right of freedom is protected on the fourth amendment. 2 “The first Amendment to the U.S. 3 Constitution says that everyone in the United States has the right to practice his or her own religion, or no religion at all”

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