What are Civil Rights?
Civil rights, as described here, are certain inalienable rights a U.S. citizen is born with that protect them from discrimination based on their age, sex, race, or religion. They are the rights of individuals to receive equal treatment and the equal pursuit of freedom and expression in a number of settings, including education, employment, housing, public display, and much more.
Civil rights are not only a fight for our African-American community, but a fight for every race, creed, and religion who feels discriminated against. If you feel you have ever been denied employment, refused service, or treated unfairly because of your religion, sexual identity, economic class, or the color of your skin, please, give us a call.
The Cochran Firm of the Mid-South is here to fight for you.