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    We Need Automatic Voter Registration Now Political participation should not plummet in the new millennium. Young people should automatically become registered on their eighteenth birthday. With all of the new technology our now it should be able to be done. All babies are given social security numbers shortly after birth. From this procedure every individual should be registered to vote on their eighteenth birthday. Every young person enrolled in high school should be required to take and pass

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    more efficient system for Voter ID Card Registration so that the changed values and the mindset could be superimposed on this change of technology to receive great quality and quantity of voters. The Election Commission developed the election card online infrastructure to get the above mentioned job done. This infrastructure is developed in order to cope up with the lesser amount of time and patience of the citizens when it comes to the question of voter id card registration. People are nowadays constrained

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    The Registration Drives for Voter ID Card Application The Election Commission of India is an organization that looks after the voters as well as the elections. For voters, it works in such a way that they have least number of difficulties with Voter ID Card Application process. Consequently ensuring a high voter turnout. This high turnout is hence achieved when most of the citizens are registered as voters. When this registration process has minimal loopholes and discrepancies, the number of those

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    community, the more the whites’ definition was noticed and the quicker action was taken against it. This action had started with Charles Gomillion and his inability to accept white conservative control. Gomillion was determined to be registered as a voter, and became successful in 1939, five years after he began applying. He began encouraging all blacks in the community to register as well, which prompted the state legislature to redraw the city borders to maintain conservative control and keep the

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    Impact of The Fire Next Time James Baldwin's The Fire Next Time is a powerful book. It fanned the flames of the civil rights movement and stands as a staple of African-American literature. It is a testament to black culture and the problems that climaxed during the middle of the 20th century. One walks away from the book feeling three things. The first is a heightened sense of awareness about growing up in Harlem. The second is a new perspective from which to interpret the struggle for civil rights

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    Rosa Parks

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    Montgomery National Association for Advancement of Colored People (NAACP). Between 1943 and 1956 she served as a secretary for the group and later as an advisor to the NAACP Youth Council. She also contributed to the Montgomery Voters League to increase black voter registration. During the summer of 1955 Rosa accepted a scholarship given to community leaders which gave her a chance to work on school integration at the Highlander Folk School in Tennessee. This was an excellent opportunity for her because

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    the nation is closer to the idea than ever before. The idea of a national identity (ID) card seems simple enough. Take the photographic and alpha-numerical information on our birth certificates, Social Security cards, driver s licenses, and voter registration card; add a bar code, fingerprint, microchip, or other biometric identifier; and display all that information on a neat plastic card no bigger than a credit card. But beneath this smooth surface hides a complex issues and perhaps the greatest

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    Diary of My Mexican Trip

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    takeoff was pretty smooth. I finally relaxed, then we landed in Atlanta, Georgia. From here I rented a green compact car from Hertz. I drove from Atlanta to Tula in one night. I eventually arrived at the border and showed the officials my voter registration card and driver’s license. I finally crossed the border into Mexico. From here I wen to my first stop, Tula. I stayed at the Sharon, a seven-story modern hotel, is placed right across the street from the town hall and not far from the archaeological

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    The first main event that I believe led to Anne Moody becoming an activist for Civil Rights was when she was younger, her cousin George Lee was babysitting and he burned down the house in a fit of rage and when Daddy gets home he blames it on Essie Mae (Anne Moody). This foreshadows all of life’s injustices that will be thrown her way. The next time was when she made friends with white neighbors and they decided to go to the movies, Anne couldn’t sit with her friends, she had to sit in the balcony

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    Martin Luther King Jr

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    use for his social protests. In the following year he decided to move back to Atlanta to become copastor with his father. In 1963 he was back in Birmingham, Alabama, where he led a massive civil rights campaign, organizing drives for black voter registration, desegregation, and better education throughout the South. During that time he led the unforgettable March on Washington where he delivered his famous "I Have a Dream" speech to millions of viewers across the nation. The next year he was

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