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Civil Rights Act

President Lyndon Johnson shakes hands with the Rev. Martin Luther KIng Jr. on July 3, 1964, in Washington D.C., after the president signed the Civil Rights Act. (Credit: Getty Images)

Civil Rights 50 Years Later: Law Was A Victory For Women, Too

Over two weeks, WCBS 880′s Wayne Cabot is taking a look at the law and its impact on the decades that follow.

07/25/2014

Civil Rights DL

Civil Rights 50 Years Later: Jason Collins Breaks Down Wall For Gay Athletes

Over two weeks, WCBS 880′s Wayne Cabot is taking a look at the law and its impact on the decades that follow.

07/24/2014

Civil Rights DL

Civil Rights 50 Years Later: Law Was Johnson’s Tribute To JFK

Over two weeks, WCBS 880′s Wayne Cabot is taking a look at the law and its impact on the decades that follow.

07/21/2014

Civil Rights DL

Civil Rights 50 Years Later: Teen’s Killing Sparked 1964 NYC Race Riot

Over two weeks, WCBS 880′s Wayne Cabot is taking a look at the law and its impact on the decades that follow.

07/18/2014

Civil Rights DL

Civil Rights 50 Years Later: ‘Mississippi Burning’ Case

Over two weeks, WCBS 880′s Wayne Cabot is taking a look at the law and its impact on the decades that follow.

07/17/2014

Civil Rights DL

Civil Rights 50 Years Later: Remembering March On Montgomery

Over two weeks, WCBS 880′s Wayne Cabot is taking a look at the law and its impact on the decades that follow.

07/16/2014

Civil Rights DL

Civil Rights 50 Years Later: Remembering 1963 March On National Mall

Over the next two weeks, WCBS 880’s Wayne Cabot will take a look at the law and its impact on the decades that follow.

07/15/2014

Lewis Zuchman

New Yorker Looks Back On Work As Freedom Rider On 50th Anniversary Of Civil Rights Act

Wednesday marked 50 years since President Lyndon B. Johnson signed the Civil Rights Act of 1964 into law. New York City Freedom Rider Lewis Zuchman is looking back.

07/02/2014

2010 Census

NYC Suit Claims Census Bureau Discriminated in Hiring

A lawsuit in New York claims that the U.S. Census Bureau discriminated in its hiring of more than a million temporary workers to conduct the 2010 census.

WCBS 880–08/05/2010