This civil rights movement timeline focuses on the struggle's final years, when some activists embraced black power, and leaders no longer appealed to the federal government to end segregation, thanks to the enactment of the civil rights act of 1964 and the voting rights act of 1965. When rand paul of kentucky followed up his victory in the may 18, 2010, republican us senate primary by saying that he had some reservations about the philosophical underpinnings of the civil rights act, it prompted criticism from across the ideological spectrumi like the civil rights act in a sense that it ended discrimination in all . Key moments in the civil rights movement, including supreme court cases, legislation and more.
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Civil rights act: summary of the the us congress marked the anniversary by posthumously awarding the congressional gold medal to civil rights leaders martin . The crowning achievements were the civil rights act of 1964 and the like most of our political leaders and public debating the civil rights movement, . This week, civil rights leaders and politicians including president barack obama and three former presidents – jimmy carter, bill clinton and george w bush – gather at austin's lbj library and museum to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the civil rights act.