Stock Photo: President Lyndon Johnson signing the 1965 Civil Rights Bill, also known as the Voting Rights Act. The law came seven months after Martin Luther King's Selma, Alabama campaign, which pressured Congress to pass the legislation. Aug. 6, 1965.

President Lyndon Johnson signing the 1965 Civil Rights Bill, also known as the Voting Rights Act. The law came seven months after Martin Luther King's Selma, Alabama campaign, which pressured Congress to pass the legislation. Aug. 6, 1965. : Stock Photo

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