I’ve never been to Oklahoma.
But as a student, I knew I wanted to, as I grew up in Ohio, and the people who worked there were so passionate about protecting civil rights and equality.
But when I started to read more about civil law in Oklahoma, I became more and more alarmed at how law was being used to suppress and oppress LGBTQ people.
As a result, I decided to go to the law school in Oklahoma and teach students how to read civil law.
In the process, I discovered a lot of people have a hard time understanding how to be successful in civil law: How to be fair to other people; how to negotiate and find common ground; how not to take advantage of someone else’s situation; and how to understand the impact of the law on people who have already suffered.
I also learned that when you have a strong legal foundation, you can actually create a stronger society.
I learned that you can’t win a civil case by having a good legal foundation.
I’m going to go back to basics: what is civil law?
It’s a legal system that deals with a wide range of civil rights cases, including race, gender, disability, religion, sexual orientation, and much more.
If you want to learn more about what civil law is and how it works, I recommend you go to Coursera.
It has more than a million courses, so it’s a great place to learn about all kinds of topics.
In this episode, I will go over the basics of civil law and how we use civil law to address a range of issues, including discrimination, disability rights, and more.
You can also learn more by going to Coursseer.com.
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