Freedom and Rights

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Freedom and Rights by Mind Map: Freedom and Rights

1. Freedom of press

1.1. Some radio stations have show hosts talk about topics varying from politics to sports. This is an example of a freedom of press.

1.2. You can express your freedom of press by writing articles in a news paper, petition or flyer.

2. Civil Rights

2.1. An example of a lack of civil rights is slavery. Slavery is someone forcing other people to do unpaid work. In the United States, slavery started in 1619 and ended in 1865.

2.2. An example of protection of civil rights is the North side of the civil war. They were fighting for slavery of African Americans to be abolished in the United States, eventually, they won the war.

3. Freedom of religion

3.1. In the U.S. we have rights of religion protected to ensure that all religions are socially accepted and appreciated.

3.2. In Nazi Germany, there was a lack of freedom of religion. The religion of Judaism was looked upon negatively. People were often forced into a religion that they did not believe in.

4. The right to have social and politcial equality, reguardless of race, ethnicity or nationality.

5. The freedom that ensures you cannot be discriminated because of religion. You won't be forced to believe in a religion or go to a church that you do not support.

6. The freedom that allows you to say anything you want to express yourself, including the news, online and any other communication.

7. Freedom of speech

7.1. An example of freedom of speech is the right to talk about whatever you want without being stopped. In the U.S. people have the freedom of speech.

7.2. Some people broadcast their thoughts on political and social matters in their own countries as well as other countries.

8. The freedom that defends your rights to talk about anything, whether it is on a broadcast or in person.

9. Freedom of assembly

9.1. An example of a freedom of assembly is a march. One of the most common marches was the Selma to Montgomery marches. It was against the non-abolitionists that were against the marchers.

9.2. Protests for women's rights exercise rights of assembly. They protest about discrimination and not equal pay

10. Freedom of assembly is the right to gather for any reason. The government can't stop you, even if it is a march or protest against them.