B&W historic footage - as government officials looking on, Lyndon B. Johnson signing the Expanded Civil Rights Act in 1968, AKA THE FAIR HOUSING ACT.
Wide shot of audience.
President Lyndon Johnson at podium addresses media and makes speech about signing the Fair Housing Act (AKA Civil Rights Act in 1968 an ADDITION to the Civil Rights Act of 1964). He talks about its proclomations - fair housing for all, all human beings who live in this country are now a part of the American way of life. ..he talks about the looting and burning that defiles our democracy... "The Time is here, action must be now".
Wide shot audience applauding
Description: The Fair Housing Act of 1968. Being signed by President Lyndon Johnson (this is an extension to the Civil Rights Act of 1964)
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