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1 Gianna Menacher English II Pre-AP 2nd Period Mrs. H. Contreras September 26, 2018 Excellent Examples: History (Event) The Civil Rights Act Who: President Lyndon B. Johnson What: A civil right that banned all types of discrimination for everyone, no matter race, color, religion, sex, or national origin. This act prohibits inequality in voter registration, education, labor/employment, and any form of public services or accommodations. When: July 2, 1964 Where: The Civil Rights Act was enacted all throughout The United States Why: Discrimination was largely popular in most of Americans daily lives, so the president of the time, Lyndon B. Johnson, decided to take action to prevent it and made a law/act that prohibited any form of inequality in the United States. Abstract Topics: Inequality, discrimination, revolutionary, peace, strength, freedom, justice Significance, Relevance, and Importance: Ended segregation throughout America in all public places and prohibited any type of discrimination in working environments. This act is an important step that assisted the entire Civil Rights Movement, in ending discrimination everywhere. The Civil Rights Act of 1964 is known as one of the major achievements toward the civil rights movement that banned segregation.
2 Possible Prompt Topics: 1. Take a position on whether or not our society has developed on the topic of segregation, have we modified our understandings or not taken any change.

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