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A freedom movement is any organized effort within a society to promote, or attain, liberation or independence, based on social, political, economic, religious, or other ideological grounds.
The term freedom movement may refer to:
- Civil Rights Movement (United States)
- Chicago Freedom Movement, an effort during the broader Civil Rights movement, aimed at housing and economic rights for black residents of Chicago.
- The modern libertarian effort to reduce government authority, particularly in the United States.
- health freedom movement (alternative medicine)
- Indian independence movement (India)
- Goa liberation movement (India)
- Bahrain Freedom Movement (Islamic group based in London)
- Fascism and Freedom Movement (Italy)
- Freedom Movement of Iran
- Isatabu Freedom Movement (Guadalcanal)
- Language Freedom Movement (Republic of Ireland)
- Lakota Freedom Movement (American Indian Movement)
- National Socialist Freedom Movement (Germany)
- Palestinian Freedom Movement
- People's Freedom Movement (Jamaica)
- Tavisupleba (country of Georgia).
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