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Topic Introduction - Civil Rights act of 1964

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The Civil Rights Act of 1964NameDateProfessorCollegeThe Civil Rights Act of 1964The Civil Rights Act of 1964 was established in the United States to guarantee that Americans are protected from any form of discrimination based on race, religion, culture, color, national origin and sex. After the enactment of the act, it brought to an end the use of Jim Crow Laws that were established in 1896. The Supreme Court of the United States had perpetuated that separation based on races was constitutional. This was credited to the theory of "separate but equal." This was evident in the case of Plessy versus Ferguson. The Congress went ahead to enact the act to ensure that segregation was abolished to certify that all the Americans irrespective of their races, color, origin, religion and gender, enjoyed resources and fruits of the country equally (Gold, 2011). The Civil Rights

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