The Civil Rights Act of 1957 was introduced in Eisenhower's presidency and was the act that kick-started the civil rights legislative programme that was to include the 1964 Civil Rights Act and the 1965 Voting Rights Act. Eisenhower had not been known for his support of the civil rights movement.
The Civil Rights Act of 1964 did not involve voting rights nor prohibit segregation. There was a separate Voting Rights Act. The PURPOSE of CRA 1964 was to regulate how governments, large ionstitutions and large employers dealt with discrimination and bias on account of race, sex, and religion.
he signed civil rights act 1964 and got assassinated How did he sign it if he was assassinated before that even went into congress...and if Johnson was the one that signed The Civil Rights Act of 1964? Duhh... ;)
The Civil Rights Act of 1966 safeguards all individuals from discrimination on grounds of national origin or race. The Act also provides additional protection to situations not covered by the earlier Civil Rights Act of 1964.