Name: Avioun CurryGovernment UnitDr. Phillip SmithDate: April 27, 2018Citation:Heart of Atlanta Motel, Inc. v. United States, 379 U.S 241 (1964Facts:In 1964 they discoveredthemself in the middle of a civil argument. Was basedin Atlanta, 75 people came from putter state guest. They declinedto giverooms to blackpeople. The motel disobeyedthe due process rights. They bannedthe hotel the segreatagainst black people. Congress has the authorityto block. Racial segregationhas a effecton travelers.Issue:Discrimination against black people to stay in the motelsPrevious History:Bell v. Maryland, 378 U.S 226, 378 U.S 317Reasoning:It disobeyedthe 14th amendment. Everyone has the right to stay wherethey wanted. Discrimination tothe black people bannedthe hotel from having business.The people did not want to stay at a hotel that did not allow all type of people staythere. The congress would not allow it to happen anymoreSignificance:Black people are not allowed to stay in hotels/motels without there
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