Anniversary of Civil Rights Act of 1964
2 July 2023
On July 2, 1964, President Lyndon B. Johnson signed Civil Rights Act.
In protest against Civil Rights and Voting Rights (1965), Sons of confederate Vets-Strom Thurmond jumped from Democratic party with all other kkk members, excluding Robert Byrd. Byrd quit kkk and denounced kkk. Neo-confederates, dixiecrats and white supremacists, now fully occupying GOP, have been fighting against both Civil and Voting (1965) Rights Acts ever since.
Do something educational for others on this day, to remind of the importance of Civil Rights Act.
Host a history lesson party on the struggles for Civil Rights. Remind of how far we’ve come, and how far we have to go, and why each and every blue vote matters.