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Open Abolition movement
Abolition movement

A movement culminating in the late 18th and early 19th centuries that aimed first to end the slave trade , and then to abolish the institution of

Open Aboriginal Australians
Aboriginal Australians

Member of any of the 500 groups of indigenous inhabitants of the continent of Australia, who migrated to this region from South Asia about 40,000

Open Activism
Activism

Activism is action on behalf of a cause, action that goes beyond what is conventional or routine. The action might be door-to-door canvassing,

Open Adoption
Adoption

act by which the legal relation of parent and child is created. Adoption was recognized by Roman law but not by common law . Statutes first introduced

Advisory, Conciliation, and Arbitration Service (Great Britain)

In the UK, government-funded independent body for the improvement of industrial relations through its advisory, conciliation, and arbitration

Open Afroasiatic languages
Afroasiatic languages

1 Introduction The approximately 250 Afroasiatic languages, spoken by about 340 million ethnically and racially different people, occupy today the

Open Ageism
Ageism

Ageism, a concept made popular by Robert Butler (1969), is a way to describe prejudice and discrimination against individuals who occupy a specific

Open Aleut people
Aleut people

Member of an Arctic people who settled the Aleutian Islands in the north Pacific, between Russia and Alaska, around 2500–1000 BC . The Aleut have two

Open Algonquin Indians
Algonquin Indians

Native American people who occupied the Ottawa River Valley, the border between the present-day Canadian provinces of Ontario and Quebec. Both

Open Altars
Altars

table or platform for the performance of religious sacrifice. In its simplest form the altar is a small pile, with a square or circular surface, made