Civil Rights Reflection - Civil Rights Reflection Actually I have learned in this semester the differences among civil rights and civil liberties First

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Civil Rights Reflection Actually, I have learned in this semester the differences among civil rights and civil liberties. First, civil rights are those individual rights that granted by government for the protection of its citizen. For instance, under the law in the U.S. Constitution, the Fourteenth Amendment guarantees citizenship rights and equal protection. Civil rights also mean all the people that live in the U.S have the right to be free from discrimination and unfair treatment. Moreover, people have the right to get equal treatment in many aspects such as employment, education, housing, and social services. Second, civil liberties are personal rights and freedoms that the government cannot break by the law constitution or judicial interpretation. In other words, civil liberties refer to the protections against government actions. For example, the First Amendment of the Bill of Rights guarantees U.S citizens the freedom of religion. Therefore, the government cannot impose its choice on the citizens to practice a particular religion. The citizens
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