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the right to use public facilities.

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What freedom did the civil rights act 1875 grant black patrons?

the right to use public facilities.


What effect did the civil rights act of 1875 grant black patrons?

it allowed black patrons the right to use public facilities


What freedome did the civil rights of 1875 grant black patrons?

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