The Civil Right Act 1964
Title XI – Community Relations Service
The Civil Right Act 1964 is the landmark of civil rights
Treat all the people equally in the society
Should not encourage any discriminations based on personal characteristics
Positive move to maintain the social communal relation services
The civil Right Act of 1964 is the landmark of civil rights where all the people in the society treats equally and should not encourage any discriminations either in the public places or in the workplaces based on their personal characteristics.
This act was first proposed by the Congress President John Kennedy in June 1963 and faces huge challenges followed by this movement from the oppositions and other party people.
Even after facing numerous challenges Kennedy did not take his move back and encouraged to pass this bill in the United States senate with the positive intension to completely ban the discriminations in the society (Landsberg, 2015).
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Butera, J. & Willey, E. (2014). The civil right act of 1964 at 50: Past, Present and Future. The academic journal article of civil rights.