Definition of Civil rights worker

1. Noun. A leader of the political movement dedicated to securing equal opportunity for members of minority groups.

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Civil Rights Worker

civil law
civil laws
civil leader
civil liberties
civil liberty
civil marriage
civil order
civil partnerships
civil power
civil procedure
civil right
civil rights
civil rights activist
civil rights leader
civil rights worker (current term)
civil servant
civil servants
civil service
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civil society
civil suit
civil suits
civil time
civil trial
civil twilight
civil unions
civil war
civil wars

Literary usage of Civil rights worker

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1. The Ku Klux Klan: A History of Racism & Violence edited by Sara Bullard (1998)
"Schwerner, Chaney and Andrew Goodman, 21, a newly arrived civil rights worker from New York, were on their way from Mt. Zion to Philadelphia, Mississippi, ..."

2. A Few Kind Words about Hate: The Dark Side of Family Life and the Bible by Una Stannard (2007)
""Ain't no such thing as I can hate anybody and hope to see God's face," said the civil rights worker, Fannie Lou Hamer. Believers in God are certain they'll ..."

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