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NO. Black people were oppressed and made second class citizens. They had some rights but not many. They couldn't get good jobs or even vote in some cases. They were denied there rights as citizens. Gays are not oppressed. My band director is gay and he has a really good job. If he were black and living in the 60's in Texas I doubt he would have been able to be a high school band director no matter how awesome he is at being a band director. The gay movement and the civil rights movement are totally different. The gay movement focuses on a pleasure while the civil rights movement was about giving everyone the same rights in America as it should be.

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i put this on the wrong side and I am sorry for everyone who reads this because it is useless but my comment int he right side is better.

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Steve Jobs, Faith Hill, Aristotle, J.R.R. Tolkien, George Washington Carver, Edgar Allen Poe, Babe Ruth, Johann Sebastian Bach, Herbert Hoover, George Lopez, Simon Bolivar, and Marilyn Monroe. What do they all have in common? They were all orphaned either from birth or when they were just children. They are the ultimate examples of how great and wonderful life is. The rode to success was harder for these people but they persevered. They become presidents, CEO's, Actors/Actresses, singers, inventors, Philosophers, and American Icons. Not everyone will become as great as these people but everyone deserves the chance.

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