Federally Protected Activity
The Federal protections for victims of Hate Crimes cover individuals engaged in "Federally protected Activities". These activities are: Voting,Participating in or enjoying any benefit, service, privilege, program, facility or activity provided by or administered by the USBeing employed by the USServing or attending upon any court as a jurorReceiving Federal AssistanceAttending or enrolling in public school or engaging in a service thereinBeing a part of a labor organization, hiring hall or employment agencyTraveling or using interstate fairways, staying at a public accommodationDining in a public placeGetting gasSeeing a movie or other entertainment venue• Performing businessProtecting someone's rights to do any of these thingsSource: 4.law.cornell.edu

The agenda for feminists, through various organizations, has focused on changing society to bring gender equality before the law, equal pay for equal work, and the end of oppression of women in all areas of society.Source: Zinn, B. Maxine and Eitzen D. Stanley. Diversity in Families. New York: HarperCollins, 1996.

A racial category that reflects individuals who identify as Phinipino, Phinipine, Filipino American and others.See: AsianSource: Census.gov