Civil Rights Act of 1964
By: Nikki, Hannah, Audrey, Paige
WHO was involved in the Civil Rights Act of 1964?
President Lyndon B. Johnson, President JFK, Martin Luther King Jr., Rosa Parks, and the Legislative branch where all involved in th Civil Rights Act of 1964.
Lyndon B. Johnson
signed the Civil Rights Act of 1964
President John F. Kennedy
Proposed the Civil Rights Act and spoke many great speeches against racism
Martin Luther King Jr.
Fought for rights for blacks and other minorities
WHAT was the civil rights act of 1964 and WHAT happened?
The Civil Rights Act of 1964 was an act that fought against discrimination towards people. Whites and minorities had to make peace with eachother in this slow equalifying process.
WHEN was the Civil Rights Act enacted?
It was enacted July 2, 1964.
WHERE did the Civil Rights Act occur?
Legislative Branch; Capital Building; Washington D.C.; White House
WHY was the Civil Rights Act set in place?
It was set to prohibit discrimination on the basis of race, religion, color, gender or national origins.
What made the civil rights act of 1964 occur? Some events that led to the act was ...
No more discrimination!
Going on Stike
This is a picture of some black people going on stike against segrigation.
Example of Racism
An example of terrible racism.