No right to racial discrimination!


By now you've heard that the GOP's U.S. Senate candidate for Kentucky repeated his claim that a central piece of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 was wrong, and that businesses should be free to discriminate against whomever they please. Rand Paul didn't seem to care that without federal intervention, people of color might still be second-class citizens in most aspects of American life.

Move to Amend
What's happening: 

Thanks to our friends at the civil rights organization, Color of Change, we now know that FOX contributor and business anchor John Stossel went even further than Paul and called for the section of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 that applies to business to be repealed. And he's refused to back down, saying that:

"It's time now to repeal that part of the law because private businesses ought to get to discriminate. And I won't ever go to a place that's racist and I will tell everybody else not to and I'll speak against them. But it should be their right to be racist."

What you can do: 

In Stossel's America, corporations have a constitutional right to enforce racial segregation. Not in our America!

Tell the Civil Rights Division of the U.S. Department of Justice to prepare a public memo on the threat of "corporate personhood" to the civil rights of real people: