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Play: Red Shirt Equal Rights By James Gerdeman
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This is the story of Red Shirt People struggling 100 years after the civil war that freed them. It shows the interactions among Red Shirts, Businesses, and the community. It is an historic view of... More > how America and all its greatness worked through the change. “Content of Character over Color of Skin,” rings through the issues of the time. Americans feel a sense of pride in the ways we handle problems. Many good people choose to use a retro-reflective-morality to answer the problems involving slavery. With this in mind they want to “make it right.” Our Government and the businesses have made great strides to provide a chance for all of us to compete. The play shows a setting for a growing enterprise. It shows the challenges of the day. Then as if things were not hard enough the Red Shirts demonstrate and riot for another step in their quest for equal rights. The enterprise had to adjust to meet the new demands that the government had made into law. This play is suitable for High School Students.< Less
Rightfully Mine (God's Equal Rights Amendment) By Aggie Villanueva
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“Why should the name of my father be wiped from Israel like footprints in a sandstorm because he bore only daughters?” - The Promised Land – God’s precious gift to the... More > Israelites through the conquest of Canaan. But for Rizpah, the promise seemed empty; only a male could inherit land. She only has one option: to petition Moses on behalf of her self and her sisters. Despite the odds against her, Rizpah must fight for what is rightfully hers!< Less
Rightfully Mine (God's Equal Rights Amendment) By Aggie Villanueva
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“Why should the name of my father be wiped from Israel like footprints in a sandstorm because he bore only daughters?” - The Promised Land – God’s precious gift to the... More > Israelites through the conquest of Canaan. But for Rizpah, the promise seemed empty; only a male could inherit land. She only has one option: to petition Moses on behalf of her self and her sisters. Despite the odds against her, Rizpah must fight for what is rightfully hers!< Less
Defending Equality By ROB CLEWLEY
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Defending Equality is about the history of the LGBT rights movement here in the United States as well as around the world and touches on key issues relating to LGBT rights and the challenges the... More > movement has faced and continues to face. This work is told by political author and LGBT rights activist Rob Clewley< Less
Defending Equality By Rob Clewley
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Defending Equality is about the history of the LGBT rights movement here in the United States as well as around the world and touches on key issues relating to LGBT rights and the challenges the... More > movement has faced and continues to face. This work is told by political author and LGBT rights activist Rob Clewley.< Less
Defending Equality By ROB CLEWLEY
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Defending Equality is a book about the fight for LGBTQ rights in the United States and around the world. It is no secret that LGBTQ people are not treated with dignity and respect by many and must... More > fight for their rights as human beings, they always have had to. This book shows the history of the movement and what is next in the fight.< Less
Struggle for Equality By Therlee Gipson
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George Corley Wallace Jr. was born on (August 25, 1919 – September 13, 1998) was an American Politician and the 45th Governor of Alabama, a position he occupied for four... More > Terms, during which he promoted "low-grade industrial development, low taxes, and Trade Schools". He sought the United States Presidency as a Democrat three times, unsuccessfully, and is best remembered for his staunch opposition to desegregation and his support for "Jim Crow" positions during the Civil Rights Movement, declaring in his 1963 Inaugural Address that he stood for "segregation now, segregation tomorrow, segregation forever". Martin Luther King Jr. was born on (January 15, 1929 – April 4, 1968) King is best known for advancing Civil Rights through nonviolence and Civil disobedience, tactics. His Christian beliefs and the nonviolent activism of Mahatma Gandhi helped inspire.< Less
Crusaders for Equality By Therlee Gipson
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John F. Kennedy: JFK was assassinated because of his Civil Rights agenda to integrate public Schools which Supreme Court Ruled in 1954 that segregated Schools were unconstitutional. Whites at that... More > time believe mixing the Race are Communism (to this day, some White hate Communism because it give Blacks equal opportunity). I believe Lee Harvey Oswald was the lone gunman, and he probably was part of a conspiracy with some of the CIA, FBI and Law enforcement in Dallas which allowed Oswald to assassinate JFK to stop integration of the Races. Martin Luther King: The FBI told MLK to stop his Civil Rights actions or their would be consequences. King being against the War In Viet Nam divided his support of some Black Leaders who told him to stay with Civil Rights only and not get involved in Political and Foreign problems. King ignored them all and sealed his fate in Memphis.< Less
Equal Dark By Gary Fortcher
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"It was The Centaur that led the humans to walk a new born world after the Great Cataclysm; it was his wisdom that allowed both the human and animal tribes to live in peace for centuries. The... More > Tribes of Light honor Sagittarius as the perfect balance of human and animal. Yet sadness fills Sagittarius’ heart. One he hopes his quest will cure; one he hopes no other being would feel: the aloneness that at times consumes his soul like a bonfire as he remembers he is the only centaur. There is one who holds great potential to fulfill Sagittarius’ quest. A woman whose own torments rival Sagittarius’ lonely space. Her love and admiration for him have driven her to the brink of insanity, a point where the lines between right and wrong, and between helpfulness and manipulation, have all but blurred. Her love for him is both an obsession and a reality and it is that love that just might save them both. She is known as Merelda."< Less
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