are there any civil rights groups/organizations still existing today?
besides the NAACP
- Professor XLv 51 decade agoFavorite Answer
CORE - Congress of Equal Rights
SCLC - Southern Christian Leadership Conference (founded by Dr. Martin Luther King Jr)
LULAC - League of United Latin American Citizens
NCLR - Nation Council of La Raza
UFW - United Farm Workers (founded by Cezar Chavez)
SCHR - Southern Center for Human Rights
AACRE - Asian Americans For Civil Rights and Equality
LAIPA - Los Angeles Ingenious Peoples Alliance
NARF - Native American Rights Fund
NOW - National Organization for Women
Women For Womens Rights
ACLU - American Civil Liberties Union
AAPD - American Association of People with Disabilities
CCCR - Citizens Commission on Civil Rights
GCR - Gay Civil Rights
Equal Advocates Pennsylvania (formerly the Center for Lesbian and Gay Civil Rights)
There are more, but these are the one's I am familiar with.
Oh, and, of course, the X-men. Our mission is to protect the civil rights of all mutants ;-)
- 4 years ago
Al Sharpto and Jesse Jackson are black americans. They care about what happens to Blacks mostly. You know, if you want a job in the federal government and you are a white male, you probably won't get it because of all the laws and points systems that allow women, blacks, latinos, etc. to get a job because they are a minority. Everyone is important to the society, it's just that this country is still racist and still not wanting to accept everyone for who they are. It is just like being sexist to women and not giving them the same pay. I think it is time for the U.S. to wake up and see that the views that we have now are not working and that we need to change things to make everyone equal.
- Twisted ValuesLv 51 decade ago
National Rifle Assosiation
- Anonymous1 decade ago
There is the rainbow push coaltion run by that race card playing hustler Jesse Jackson.
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- 1 decade ago
no dear sorry duno it.