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This page compiles links to online resources related to civil rights and civil liberties.

Links to Civil Rights Resources Online

1. U.S. Constitution: First Amendment with Critical Annotations From FindLaw Supreme Court Center. edit
2. American Indian Law Review The American Indian Law Review serves as a nationwide scholarly forum for analysis of developments in legal issues pertaining to Native Americans and indigenous peoples worldwide. From Univ of Oklahoma School of Law. edit
3. Duke Journal of Gender Law & Policy edit
4. Human Rights Magazine From the ABA Section of Individual Rights and Responsibilities. edit
5. Law & Sexuality Journal From Tulane Law School. edit
6. Michigan Journal of Race & Law edit
7. The Invisible Man Blog by Attorney Albert Wan. edit
8. Annotated Constitution: First Amendment From CRS/LII. edit
9. The National Obscenity Law Center A project of Morality in Media, Inc. edit
10. Publications & Articles from Weston, Garrou, Walters & Mooney Considers various civil rights issues issues facing web site operators. edit
11. Land Use Litigation Under the Civil Rights Act By Attorneys J. Matthew Maguire and E. Righton Johnson (2009). edit
12. Heller, High Water(mark)? Lower Courts and the New Right to Keep and Bear Arms Scholarly article by Brannon Denning, Glenn Reynolds edit
13. Foundations of Religious Liberty: Toleration or Respect? Academic research by Professor Brian Leiter. edit
14. Video Lecture: Religion and the Law Delivered by Professor Chris Eisgruber at Princeton. edit
15. Section 1983 Research From the King County Law Library. edit
16. Typical Section 1983 Claims Article by Maureen Markey Middleton of Freeman Mathis & Gary, LLP. edit
17. Civil Liberties Litigation By Penn State Law Prof. Gary Gildin edit
18. U.S. Justice Dept. Civil Rights Division edit
19. Section 1983 Civil Rights Law Reporter From SF Attorney David Newdorf. edit
20. American Civil Liberties Union National organization devoted to defense of liberties. edit
21. Feminist Jurisprudence: Equal Rights Or Neo-Paternalism? Article by Michael Weiss and Cathy Young edit

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