The Civil Rights Act of 1964, Title VI
You know that millions of people were part of The Civil Rights Movement during the 1960s. They marched and protested for
a change in the laws in the United States to allow blacks to
gain rights that they never had before.
Do you know:
* What important law was passed and
* What did the law achieve?
In our opinion, the most important law that protected the civil
rights of black people was The Civil Rights Act of 1964,
Well, what does Title VI do?
Title VI prohibits discrimination on the basis of race, color, or national origin in programs and activities receiving Federal
financial assistance. Specifically, Title VI provides that:
[n]o person in the United States shall, on the ground of race, color, or national origin, be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination under any program or activity receiving Federal financial assistance. 42 U.S.C. § 2000d.
You might still ask, "So what?"
Since the Department of Justice has failed to require those states; local agencies; courts; police, in fact any entities and groups that receive federal funds - that are supposedly organized to "help"
black people - to provide Title VI:
* COMPLAINT FORMS
to black people, then:
* the elderly woman can't complain when the SNAP worker
verbally harasses her and reduces her benefits, and
* the blacks illegally fined and sent to debtors' prison can't
complain that their civil rights were violated BEFORE
the judges sentenced them to prison time.
In addition, since the federal government has eliminated Title VI, black people can't identify EXACTLY:
* WHO is a WHITE SUPREMACIST and
* HOW MANY black people THE WHITE SUPREMACIST(S)
It's important for black people to know that because of Title VI,
they have the right to:
* File a complaint involving anyone involved with an state agency,
court, police force - any entity or organization - that denies
services to them.
But, if you simply look around - the information is NOT AVAILABLE!
*So, the Federal, government has taken
the law AWAY from
Exposing the United States'
Genocide of Black Americans
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