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PSC -141 INTRO AMER GOV:THEORY and POLITICS Professor: Cindy Pressley Online Assignment 3 Grade: 99 out of 100 Instructions: Go to the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights webpage (http://www.usccr.gov). Under ‘Commission News’, choose one media advisory. Please answer the following questions. You must use complete sentences and use correct grammar/punctuation. 1. What is the media advisory about (i.e., briefly summarize the advisory in your own words)? 2. Explain whether you believe the media advisory is an important area of civil rights that the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights should be focusing their attention on. Submission: 1. The media advisory is about the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights bringing together experts to
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Unformatted text preview: discuss the issue of whether or not prisoners should be allow to practice their religion, if faith-based organizations should be allowed to offer inmates services, the separation of church and state, and prison and national security. It also states when and where the meeting will take place. 2. I think it is important to the inmates and the friends/families of the inmates. I don't think it is going to affect people who are not currently in prison, or have a family member or friend in prison. Everyone's rights should be protected, no matter if they are in prison or not, so I think the Civil Rights Commission should be focusing on this issue....
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