CAPCC CELEBRATES THE 50TH
ANNIVERSARY OF THE
SIGNING OF THE 1964
CIVIL RIGHTS BILL
In Celebration of The 1964 Civil Rights Bill (Public Law 88-352 78 Stat. 241) Proposed in 1963 by President John F. Kennedy. Signed
Into Law on December 29, 2014 by President Lyndon B. Johnson.
· Ended Segregation in Public Places.
· Prohibits RaciaL Discrimination.
· Banned Employment Discrimination
on the basis of Race, Color, Religion,
Sex or National Origin.
· Expanded the act and passed additional
Legislation (The Voting Rights Act of 1965).
(Equality, Affirmative Action, Voting
Rights, Public Safety, Access to Health
Care, Decent Housing, Liberty).
We Thank our Civil Rights Leaders &
Activists for paving the way so (WE)
would have access to a better Quality
Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King
Rev. Ralph Abernathy, SCLC Officer
Rev. Jesse L Jackson, Sr. Operation Push
Ella Baker, SCLC Activist
James Baldwin, Novelist, SNCC Activist
Daisy Bates, Organizer Little Rock Nine
Claude Black, American Civil Rights Novelist
Antoinette Brown Blackwell- Co- founded Women Suffrage Association
Lucy Stone- C0-founded Women Suffrage
W.E.B. DuBois, Founder NAACP , Writer,
James Farmer ( Core) Congress of Racial
Louis Farrakhan ( American Minister
& National Representative of the Nation
Dick Gregory, Activist, Free Speech
John Peters Humphrey- Author Universal
Declaration of Human RightS.
Coretta Scott King- SCLC Leader, Activist.
James Lawson- minister & activist. Teacher
Bernard Lafayette- American SCLC and SNCC
John Lewis-American Nashville Student Move-
Clara Luper- American Sit In Movement Leader.
Nelson Mandela- South African Statesman-
James Meredith- American Ind Student Leader.
Mame Til Bradley Mobley- Activist, Mother of
Diane Nash- American SNCC and SCLC Activist
James Orange- American SCLC Activist
and many others.
WHAT WILL( YOU) DO TO MOVE THE QUEST
FOR PEACE, EQUALITY , PUBLIC SAFETY.
EDUCATION & ACCESS TO HEALTH CARE,
QUALITY HOUSING FORWARD?
Keith O Tate, Maryellen Drake,
President Executive Vice President
“ Addressing Quality of Life of Issues is What We Do ”
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