Civil Rights Commission

The United States Commission on Civil Rights, commonly known as the Civil Rights Commission, is an independent, bipartisan federal agency established by the Civil Rights Act of 1957. The commission’s primary mission is to investigate and assess matters related to civil rights, discrimination, and equal protection under the law. It plays a critical role in promoting and protecting civil rights in the United States.

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