When European settlers first set foot on the shores of North America, they thought they had discovered an unclaimed territory that held a promise of riches and a New World. The European colonists called the natives “Indians,” a mistake dating back to 1492 when Christopher Columbus thought he had reached India. As European colonists followed Columbus, they thought themselves superior to these “Indians.”
Civil liberties are the state of being subject only to laws established for the good of the community, which are God-given rights in some ways.
The Native American civil liberty to their land was being violated, but now the Native Americans can keep their land.
There are no rights I would fight for because I would be too afraid if the actions I take were met with violence.