What Did the Civil Rights Act of 1957 Say?


The Civil Rights Act of 1957 denied both the federal government and the state powers to deprive U.S. citizens of the right to vote on account of race, colour or previous conditions of servitude. It further banned all discrimination against individuals and organisations. In the process, it led to the banning of slavery and thus reducing racial discrimination.
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