vocabulary terms: Justice and the civil Rights
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To be attached, connected , or professionally related.
Having Knowledge or being aware of something.
Past tense denoting people, concepts, or things that are connected, or related.
Nonviolent opposition to authority, especially a refusal to cooperate with legal requirements.
To make someone troubled or nervous. To stir, or disturb.
The country, or small community. Describing regions outside the capital city of a country, especially when regarded as unsophisticated or narrow-minded.
To feel or express strong disapproval of something.
Public declaration of objection, disapproval, or dissent, often in opposition to something a person is powerless to prevent or avoid.
Engage in a close fight without weapons; wrestle.
Existing or occurring at or on the surface only. Appearing to be true or real only until examined more closely.
Stress laid on a word or words to indicate special meaning or particular importance.
Attempt to find, obtain or achieve.
Reprisal. To fight back, repay, or respond to an attack with a secondary attack.
The right to vote.
To give someone the right to vote.
Vigorous, aggressive, and sometimes violent forms of protest.
Actively break the terms of a law, agreement, etc.
A chain or manacle used to restrain a prisoner ti restrain a prisoner with chains.
Not influenced by personal feelings or opinions.
Successful, authoritative, and commanding great respect.
Exemption from punishment or freedom from the consequences of an action.
A group or community having a great deal of money; wealthy.
Lower in rank, status, or quality.
Irreversible decline or degeneration.