What Did the Civil Rights Act of 1875 Do?


The Civil Rights Act of 1875 granted all Americans, regardless of race, the ability to make use of public facilities and accommodations such as restaurants, theaters, and public transportation. It also protected the right to serve on juries. It was not enforced however, and in 1883 was declared unconstitutional by the Supreme Court.
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