Human rights refer to the freedom and fundamental rights to which all individuals are at liberty. They comprise of political and civil rights. Examples of freedom and rights include freedom of expression, right to liberty and life, fairness before the bylaw; economic, social and cultural rights, as well as the right to take part in traditions, the right to work, the right to eat, and the right to get educated. Civil rights on the other hand ensure of individuals’ safety and physical integrity defense from prejudice on grounds such as mental or physical disability, race, gender, age, religion among others.
Essays on Civil Rights
Critical Thinking on 1960s Social Trends
Civil war is mainly a war betwixt two organized groups which are just within the same nation or betwixt two countries which may have been formed from a previously-united nation where the aim of one side is to take control of other country or a certain region which can also result in changing the government policies. The African American civil rights movement was a kind of series reform movement which its aim was to protest against the emerging racial discrimination against the people whom their origin was African American.