racial segregation (apex)
Equality under the law.
Civil rights struggles have always had one common characteristic, regardless of their approach to the various and notable problems that many people still suffer to this day, and that is a claim that, as an emblem, was born through the bourgeois revolution in France in 1789: all people are equal under the law and all human beings have inalienable rights that cannot, under any circumstance, be taken away. All civil rights struggles, in reiteration, are aimed at fulfilling the promise of equality, under all aspects of existence, according to the law.
A group dedicated to promoting civil rights would focus on problems with social, political, and equality because civil rights are the rights of every citizen to have social freedom, political, and equality. So an example of social freedom is when you are able to share your opinions, an example of political freedom is being able to vote, and an example of equality is every person being treated as the same even if they are a different race, religion, or gender.
Violation of Human Rights.
Explanation: A group dedicated to promoting civil rights would probably focus on addressing the following issues:
• Inequality: This is due to the non-acceptance that we all have the same rights before the Law.
• Racial Discrimination: Problems that arise due to race or ethnicity.
• Violation of Human Rights: Free expression, Right to vote, etc.
• Violation of Basic Civil Rights: Housing, Health, Education, Recreation, etc.
Civil rights deals with race