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Religious freedom, equal protection

July 15, 2012
Helen Kopsa and Andy Kopsa, Beaman , Times-Republican

Deane Adams' letter of July 8 says the Civil Rights Movement resulted in protections for people of color; therefore the "Civil Rights" label belongs to them only. No one would deny the historic and horrific struggle African Americans have had for their civil rights. But, the Civil Rights Act of 1964 also included equal protection to women of all races. And what about the Indian Civil Rights Act of 1968?



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