Religious civil rights Anthony duran, Cesar guerrero, jonathan tinoco

Civil rights are the rights given to each & every human being by the government.

Religious civil rights is a right that many people judge. Now a days not a lot of people can talk about religious belief with someone else because they could easily get offended that it doesn't follow the exact same rules or beliefs as theirs. Another reason people can't talk about religion is because of discrimination. Some are scared to go out in public wearing what they wear because they don't know how other people will say or act upon it. People weren't allowed to practice their religion out in public or else they would end up running the risk of getting arrested

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