On June 19, 1964 the US Senate passed the Civil Rights Bill by a vote of 73-27 after 54 working days of filibuster since it was introduced in March. This was the first time the Senate had invoked cloture since 1927. President Lyndon B. Johnson signed the bill two weeks later on July 2, 1964. #TodayInBlackHistory
The formidable challenges faced by President Lyndon Johnson in his tumultuous first year in office; from his accidental ascension to the presidency in November 1963, to his relentless fight to win passage of the Civil Rights Bill with the election of 1964 looming. Drama, Rated TV-14, 132 min. http://ccsp.ent.sirsi.net/client/en_US/hppl/search/results?qu=all+way+cranston&qf=ITEMCAT3%09Format%091%3ABLU-RAY%09Blu-Ray+%7C%7C+1%3ADVD%09DVD&lm=HPLIBRARY&dt=list
Civil Rights Bill enacted by Congress March 1, 1875 Civil Rights Bill enacted by Congress. Bill gave Blacks the right to equal treatment in inns, public conveyances, theaters and other places of public amusement. It will be overturned by the Supreme Court in 1883
President Lyndon Johnson Signing the 1965 Civil Rights Bill, also known as the Voting Rights Act
President Lyndon Johnson Signing the 1965 Civil Rights Bill, also known as the Voting Rights Act. The law came seven months after Martin Luther King's Selma, Alabama campaign, which pressured Congress to pass the legislation. Aug 6, 1965.
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