Civil Rights Anisha Salhotra

Civil Rights Act: Landmark federal legislation prohibiting discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, and national origin.
Voting Rights Act: A mark piece of federal legislation in the U.S. prohibiting racial discrimination in voting signed in the height of the Civil Rights Act.
Immigration Act of 1965: Immigrant policy based on national origin and re uniting immigrant families and attracting skilled labor to the U.S.
24th Amendment: Prohibits constitutional and states from conditioning the right to vote in the federal election on payment of poll tax or other types of tax.

Summary

Civil Rights Movement: Citizens are provided with an opportunity for housing, employment, and education. Secured voting rights for racial minorities throughout the country is guaranteed. Anti immigrant activism is legal, and voting rights are equal.

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