an organized march protesting a government’s restriction of or lack of support for civil rights, especially such a march in support of racial integration in the U.S. in the 1960s.
an organized protest march against a political entity for its policies
/ˈfriːdəˌmaɪts/ plural noun 1. another name for Sons of Freedom
- Freedom of association
The right to form societies, clubs, and other groups of people, and to meet with people individually, without interference by the government.
- Freedom of assembly
The right to hold public meetings and form associations without interference by the government. Freedom of peaceful assembly is guaranteed by the First Amendment to the Constitution. Note: Segregation has been described as a violation of freedom of assembly.
noun, U.S. Government. 1. a law enacted in 1966 requiring that government records except those relating to national security, confidential financial data, and law enforcement be made available to the public on request. Abbreviation: FOIA.