scroll to top
0

EBSCO Auth Banner

Let's find your institution. Click here.

Advanced Search Results For "human rights"

1 - 8 of 8 results for
 "human rights"
Results per page:

The rights of the colonists.

Publication Type: Primary Source

Source(s): Rights of the Colonists. 8/1/2017, p417. 12p.

Authors:

Abstract: Presents the report of the Committee of Correspondence to the Boston, Massachusetts town meeting, dated November 20, 1772, about the colonists' rights. Natural rights of the colonists as men; Rights of the colonists as Christians; Rights of the coloni...

View details

PALEY, GRACE (b. 1922).

Publication Type: Reference

Source(s): Jewish Women in America: An Historical Encyclopedia; 1998, p1026-1029, 4p

Authors:

Abstract: An encyclopedia entry for Grace Paley is presented. The works of Paley, a Jewish author in the U.S., include highly acclaimed short stories, poetry and reflections on contemporary politics and culture. Being an outspoken advocate of Palestinian rights,...

View details

THE NEGRO QUESTION FROM THE NEGRO'S POINT OF VIEW.

Publication Type: Primary Source

Source(s): Arena (Project Gutenberg Literary Archive Foundation); 1/1/1891, p58-60, 3p

Abstract: The author reflects on the right of African Americans to seek social equality, education, and political participation in the U.S. He argues on the statement of white people that African Americans are incapable of self-government and in attaining high s...

View details

STEIMER, MOLLIE (1897-1980).

Publication Type: Reference

Source(s): Jewish Women in America: An Historical Encyclopedia; 1998, p1313-1314, 2p

Abstract: An encyclopedia entry for Mollie Steimer, a female Jewish anarchist and advocate of political prisoners, is presented. A brief overview is given on her family and professional background. It explores her involvement on various radical activities in the...

View details

DECTER, MIDGE (b. 1927).

Publication Type: Reference

Source(s): Jewish Women in America: An Historical Encyclopedia; 1998, p322-323, 2p

Abstract: An encyclopedia entry for Jewish activist-writer Midge Decter is presented. Born on July 25, 1927, her controversial opinions have put her at the center of debates over issues such as feminism and foreign policy. She married Moshe Decter and had two da...

View details

Civil Rights Act of 1866.

Publication Type: Primary Source

Source(s): Civil Rights Act of 1866. 8/1/2017, p1. 4p.

Abstract: The article presents the text of the United States Civil Rights Act of 1866. The act says that, as enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America, all persons born in the United States, excluding those subject to a f...

View details

The Declaration of Independence.

Publication Type: Primary Source

Source(s): Declaration of Independence (Primary Source Document). 8/1/2017, p1. 5p.

Abstract: The article presents the text of the Declaration of Independence, which was ratified in Congress on July 4, 1776, and was the unanimous decision of the 13 United States of America. The document begins with the phrase "When in the course of human events...

View details

Roe et al. v. Wade, district attorney of Dallas County.

Publication Type: Primary Source

Source(s): Roe et al. v. Wade, District Attorney of Dallas County. 8/1/2017, p1. 43p.

Abstract: The article presents the text of the court case Roe v. Wade, argued before the United States Supreme Court in December of 1971, that challenged laws making abortion a criminal offense. The article includes opening arguments from both sides, the decisio...

View details
sponsored