My course in CIVIL RIGHTS ENFORCEMENT will help YOU fight injustice
The topic of today's Fighting Sullivan Blog is to explore that answer to a question, Why should YOU take my new online course in Civil Rights Enforcement? You may already be trained to conduct civil rights investigations, or you may think that civil rights enforcement is a fine notion, but that it really has no impact on YOUR life. But let me tell you something (my opinion only): if you believe you have nothing of value to learn from a course on civil rights enforcement, you may be missing out BIG TIME.
Why? Because we are all impacted by civil rights abuses at one time or another across the span of our lives and through this course you have the opportunity to learn (or reinforce your learning) about how to investigate and prove these abuses and assert your civil rights.
Even people who may generally live privileged lives (or at least are seen by others to live privileged lives) may be significantly and deeply impacted by civil rights abuses. I remember when, after spending much of her life raising me and my siblings, my mother made an attempt to re-enter the workforce as a barred lawyer who graduated magna cum laude from Georgetown Law.
My mother faced employment discrimination based on age and gender
I remember the devastated look on my mother's face when she would return home from an interview, and how what happened at these interviews began to blur into a systemic pattern of abuse. Her interviewers would ask her something to the effect of, "Why would a woman of your age suddenly want to work?" That question isn't just offensive. It is, in my opinion, discrimination on the basis of age and sex. And enduring that kind of discrimination in the hiring process truly causes emotional and economic damage to the person experiencing it.
Discrimination damages the victim, but the victim can reclaim his or her rights
We need robust programs of private civil rights enforcement and why every citizen (and non-citizen resident) of the United States of America should become educated about how existing civil rights can protect them, and even how new civil rights may be established. My course covers the broad strokes, including a brief history of civil rights, an introduction to investigative techniques (including civil rights "testing"), and examples of the networks of agencies and organizations that exist all across the country to protect YOUR CIVIL RIGHTS and ENFORCE CIVIL RIGHTS LAWS.
The issue of civil rights enforcement is so important, so critical to understanding your own capacity for empowerment in the United States, that I have created several (but limited) coupons so that interested persons can explore the course at no cost to them. The coupon code is CRE411FREE and you may register for the course at https://www.udemy.com/civil-rights-enforcement/. All free coupons must be used by April 11, 2019. I think you'll find the course informative, fast-paced, and useful as you navigate your way through life's many challenges-and fight the good fight.