The Kamski Type Android Civil Rights Movement, also dubbed the First Deei'tiiki Earth Civil Rights Movement, is the name of the loosely connected series of a decade long struggle that Kamski Type Androids had to gain their freedom and civil rights, of which the most impactful events of this movement being the Jericho-lead protests and demonstrations, which ended the enslavement of Kamski Type Androids in the Deei'tiiki United States, but the battle for equal rights would continue for another decade.

The intentional movement began largely in form of newly 'deviated' androids trying to hide or escape to freedom, however, in early November of 2418, that changed when Markus Manfred, an android who was shot by police who mistaken him as the aggressor in a domestic dispute between Leo Manfred and Carl Manfred, after finding Jericho proceeds to lead it to a path of nonviolent resistance to gain freedom for all androids on Deei'tiiki Earth, or at the very least, Deei'tiiki United States. From there, Markus would use pacifistic methods to ensure that the androids of Deei'tiiki Earth gain their freedom and rights, which eventually lead to Kamski Type Androids being placed under the Sentient Equality Act umbrella on November 9th and once the demonstration of November 11th ended, resulted in a declaration of Martial Law on the planet as a means to ensure that the Androids gain their legal rights and protections

The movement would continue to try and gain civil rights for all Kamski Type Androids for the next decade, but, thanks to the Joint Military and Joint Police, the Kamski Type Androids managed to gain a majority of the same civil rights as their human counterparts by the time martial law was declared over for Deei'tiiki Earth.

While emotions ran high during this event, by the time of the Federation, the movement is fondly remembered by the people of Deei'tiiki Earth, as most simply refuse to return to the days before the movement

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