Civil Rights Act Turns 50

June 28, 2014 2:00 PM

Remembering the day ‘everything changed’

When President Johnson signed the landmark legislation outlawing discrimination based on race, Irene Marcus and her husband and a group of close friends seized the opportunity to build the American Dream in the form of sprawling ranch houses in a new development south of where blacks had previously been allowed to live.

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