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Civil Rights Victory for Japanese-American Community

Civil Rights Victory for Japanese-American Community: San Diego Rescinds Decades-Old Racist Resolution

The City of San Diego passed Resolution No. 76068 during WWII, which “urged” the FBI to remove persons of Japanese ancestry “from San Diego and vicinity” because Japanese people were “cause for great concern” in the community. On September 19, 2022, the City Council rescinded that Resolution. The Council acknowledged that the City of San […]

What are Common Examples of Civil Rights Violations?

What are Common Examples of Civil Rights Violations?

McKenzie Scott believes that all human beings have value and dignity, and the fundamental right to be treated fairly. Federal and California law protects many specific civil rights. As a result, civil rights cases can include some or all of the following: Freedom from excessive force by police or other law enforcement Freedom from unreasonable […]


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